The Painted Chair Project strives to prevent homelessness by creating first-ever homes for youth aging out of foster care and individuals or families emerging from homelessness after crisis or disaster by transforming their empty house into a warm, welcoming and uplifting home.
Young people aging out of foster care or emerging from homelessness do not have the family support system that the average American young adult depends on. We believe these young adults need a runway, not a cliff.
We use donated household goods to transform empty, cold houses into warm, welcoming and uplifting homes, empowering the young adults and recently homeless to begin building a successful life.
The Painted Chair Project experience encourages young adults and families to prioritize and make good choices, empowering them to grow and be a successful part of society.
We strive to provide a dignified, life changing experience for young adults and families who have suffered homelessness.
We envision bridging the gap between those in need and those with excess.
We see a world where home furnishings are not sent to landfills, but are given a second life.
We aim to build a committed, creative network of individuals, community leaders, and corporations working toward creating stability for those affected by homelessness.
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