Non Profit Members

Non Profit

Furthering The Cause Of Affordable Housing And Tiny Homes


COBA US is a startup 501(c)(3) to plan, develop, coordinate, and establish policy development and execution to support workforce housing projects throughout the state of Delaware, with a focus on tiny house communities, and affordable rentals. whose mission is to Connect – Organize – Build – Advance.

The President of COBA is Dr. Michele A. Williams. The company is more than 51% women-owned, and Michele is an Air Force veteran with 33 years of service. Her research entitled “Where One Lives Matters: How Comprehensive Plans, Finance and Zoning Policies Impact What Developers Choose to Build” brought her to the conclusion that change must start with common-sense policies. Hence, policymakers may not be objectively educated in the nuances of alternative approaches to workforce housing development, thus providing Michele a mechanism to use her expertise, experience, and research to solve a breaking point problem.

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We Fortify

We Fortify is a Colorado Springs, Colorado 501(c)3 non-profit that exists to shift people experiencing economic and housing instability into lives of purpose, economic independence, and social connectedness through the development of small, dignified neighborhood communities that offer supportive services designed with a tenacious belief in the human capacity for growth. Their first project is Working Fusion At Mill Street in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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American Tiny House Association ( ATHA )

ATHA volunteers across the country are helping craft the tiny friendly ordinances that your community needs too. Instead of reinventing the wheel, help support their work.

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Stem Exposure

Stem Xposure as a new non-profit member of the Tiny Home Industry Association.STEM Xposure the brainchild of Robyn Donaldson, owner of Renew Construction Services.. Robyn is an Architectural Design and Building Major who gives back by mentoring African American school girls and college women towards Science Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) careers in the construction industry as engineers, architects, mathematicians, professional tradesmen, and general contractors.

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Rebuilding Green

Rebuilding Green is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that was birthed April 25th, 1978 by professors of San Diego State as Ecological Life Systems Institute. (E.L.S.I.). Their futuristic view of the challenges that the environment would eventually face served as the seed that metamorphosed into Rebuilding Green. (RBG)  Today, RBG. has enhanced its mission to include affordable housing solutions.  

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Helping Those In Need

One Hope Foundation

One Hope Foundation is not a non-profit, it is a family organization that has been around since November 2017. They serve those in need in the Hampton Roads area, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. They are a charity that allows community involvement to assist us by donating items to those in need. They accept all kinds of donations for care packages and household items so that we can bless others with these donations. At this time, our main purpose is to:

  • Provide weekly care packages that have snacks, hygiene products, clothing, blankets, etc. (weather permitting).

  • Prayer, praise, and worship.

  • Dedicated to uplifting people in crisis.

  • Assist with providing for those transitioning from homelessness and getting involved with other community organizations to help those that are transitioning.

One Hope Foundation is a 100% volunteer organization. They do not receive any financial gain from our work. 100% of all donations are used to reach our goal of providing for the less fortunate at no cost to them. They do not accept monetary donations at this time. Their  motto is “It takes a community to help those in need!”

The One Hope Foundation mission is to work by the “Faith of the Most High Father” and to help provide for the less fortunate.

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