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Safety and Stability.

Harnessing the power of community to change lives

with practical, permanent, affordable housing.

You Can Help Change Lives

We're placing 10 homes in Takesa Village Homeowners Cooperative, a resident-owned community in Mead, WA. 

Low income homebuyers have a rare opportunity to build equity in the context of a stable, caring community without the constant pressure of rent increases. 

Village Cohousing Works provides affordable, permanent housing to low-income households in the North Spokane area. With help from donors like you, we buy brand-new manufactured homes and sell them at cost to those in need. 

Why it Matters

  • Rent in north Spokane County has increased 70% to 300% since 2020. 

  • Families are especially vulnerable to rent increases: Mead schools saw 456 students living homeless in the 2022 - 2023 school year. 

  • Spokane County needs to build 71,000 new homes over the next two decades; 38,000 homes for people making less than half of the area median income. 

  • Spokane is in the midst of a housing crisis, with no plan to solve it.

  • We are stepping into this gap, harnessing the power of community to change lives, one affordable house at a time. 

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