Tiny House Program 2

The Low Income Housing Institute develops, owns and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless and formerly homeless people in Washington State.

LIHI: Low Income Housing Institute

Big Changes Start with Tiny Houses


LIHI set out to battle the homeless crisis by creating a community of tiny house villages in the pacific northwest. With the tiny house villages LIHI has been able to provide the homeless community with a safe and secure environment. Each tiny house comes with electricity, heaters, a locking door, and many more features that makes for a safe and secure living environment. Every tiny house village has a communal kitchen, restrooms, showers, laundry, and on sight support. LIHI’s tiny house villages help the homeless community transition from surviving to actually living.

These donations provide support for homeless individuals and families currently going through rough times in their lives. Any donation is accepted and very much appreciated!

Tiny Houses: Move people from unsafe street camping into a warm, safe, supportive community. Provides shelter, warmth, safety, and community for people experiencing homelessness as LIHI case managers work to help residents obtain housing, employment, health care, education, child care, treatment, and other services. A tiny house costs just $3,000.

Urban Rest Stops: Provide showers, laundry, restrooms, and other hygiene services along with housing, employment, and shelter resources.

Supportive Services:  LIHI Case Managers help our residents stabilize their lives and find and maintain jobs and housing.

Donate by Mail:
Make checks payable to the low Income Housing or LIHI to: 

Low Income Housing Institute
Attn: Fund Development Dept.
1253 S. Jackson Street, Suite A
Seattle, WA 98144

Donate by Phone: 
Call our friendly Fund Development Department at 206-957-8069.