Land for the Homeless now has funds for 501(c)3 status
On 19 May 2015, because of a generous donation of the Guru of Global Earth Oceans (GEO), the HMRD Cesidio Tallini, Land for the Homeless received a check in the mail, and now has enough money to be able to file for 501(c)3 status with the IRS, and buy some promotional materials to help with further fundraising:
The previous GEO-funded non-profit, or Revival Village, is a three-phase innovative, holistic, economically efficient and sustainable "tiny home" pilot program to assist in alleviating homelessness. Revival Village's mission and vision is to address the underlying issues that have limited the ability of the homeless to maintain self-sufficiency, and to provide them with an environment that heals, strengthens and empowers. Revival Village also seeks to provide opportunities for developing work and life skills that ultimately lead to employment and home ownership, and to demonstrate a truly affordable, innovative, economically efficient and sustainable housing unit and community can exist.
Land for the Homeless, also a New Jersey-based non-profit organisation founded by Kyler Dineen, with the help of Kelly Lynch (picture and video of both), takes on a more Native American approach to homelessness. It is working to buy a plot of land, and construct a community for the homeless, in order for them to be able to live upon the land legally, and in peace. The philosophy behind this project is that "a tent is better than a park bench". Land for the Homeless comes in response to the governmental closure and destruction of the Lakewood Tent City .
Now Kyler Dineen, with the help of Kelly Lynch, hope to soon also start a crowdfunding campaign to fully fund the first Land for the Homeless (L4H) facility!
Want to take some future credit for helping to unfold an actual new continent on planet Earth, and not just some other eccentric or impractical micronational identity? Help the Governor of the UMMOA, the Guru of GEO then to change the history of mankind as you know it (contact)!
Global Earth Oceans (GEO) is now taking on the problem of homelessness with both US American and Native American approaches! GEO has also made two smaller donations to the "Let's Build a Home for Sam!" campaign (see link below).
Land for the Homeless Facebook page
Land for the Homeless
The Battle of Monmouth: what happened to "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness"? — video with Steve Brigham
Printing and framing for a solo photographic exhibit on homelessness — Sherry Rubel
Even a small donation can help: "Let's Build a Home for Sam!" campaign
Revival Village becomes a non-profit organisation
Tent City Movement, Ocean County, NJ Facebook page