A Community of Tiny Homes for Homeless Veterans

Located on the Susquehanna River in South Harrisburg on a beautifully situated 5-acre parcel, VOPA plans to build a village of 15 tiny homes surrounding a community center for homeless Veterans. VOPA is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of Veterans while recreating the stable support network last offered to them before they left the service.
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HOMELESS VETERANS
IN UNITED STATES

37,085

*

UNSHELTERED VETERANS
IN UNITED STATES

23,300

HOMELESS VETERANS

IN PENNSYLVANIA

857

*

UNSHELTERED VETERANS

IN PENNSYLVANIA

365

HOMELESS VETERANS

IN CAPITAL REGION

46

*

UNSHELTERED VETERANS

IN CAPITAL REGION

23

 

GOAL

0

 

GOAL

0

* Data provided from the 2019 Homeless Point-In-Time (PIT) Survey by the US Department of HUD and the Capital Area Coalition on Homelessness.

In just the last 19 years our military members have defended us against a broad spectrum of threats - from terrorists after the attacks of September 11, 2001, to wars in the Middle East, to the current threat from the COVID 19 pandemic. Now it is our time to help some of them struggling with homelessness.

WESLEY E. CRAIG
MAJOR GENERAL (RETIRED)

Do you know

how many homeless U.S. Military Veterans are in the greater Harrisburg, PA area? Veterans Outreach of Pennsylvania knows. We know who they are, where they are and will take action to help these Vets. 

But first, your help is needed.

 

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Non-profit 501(c)(3) Organization

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