Cass Community Social Services is Detroit-based agency dedicated to providing food, housing, health services, and job programs.
Tiny Homes Progressive
The Tiny Homes Community will once again host a progressive tour as we show off the 6 newest homes before residents move in.
Tours will take place August 30th and 31st and September 1st and 2nd. The cost is $75.00 per individual. A second person can be included on the same ticket for an additional $25. The fee includes a progressive meal featuring Cass Catering chef Matt Prentice, one of Cass Community Publishing House’s 4 available titles including Tiny Homes in a Big City by Rev. Faith Fowler and a donation to the Tiny Homes project. To reserve your time, please click on the links below.
The Golf Outing is Coming
Cass Green Industries to Help Power Puerto Rico
Formerly homeless men and women from Detroit will work to literally empower the people of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, building portable solar panels that are to be delivered to the island.
The Rev. Faith Fowler, executive director of Cass Community Social Services, told the Free Press that supplies to build 15 portable solar panels have been ordered and are on their way to the nonprofit’s Green Industries, where they’ll be assembled for hurricane relief.
See the full article from the Detroit Free Press here.
To donate to the solar panel project click here.
Tiny Homes Detroit Featured on PBS Newshour!
NowThis News, one of Facebook’s most popular News/Media fan pages recently featured Tiny Homes Detroit in one of their original videos. The video received over 5 MILLION views in its first 24 hours!
Click Here to order Rev. Fowler’s new book Tiny Homes in a Big City.
The book, authored by Faith Fowler, looks at the “American Dream.” the historical uses of small houses in the United States and how tiny homes have been utilized for poor and homeless people across the country. Readers will also learn about the decisions and logistics involved with building the Cass Tiny Homes and its innovative home ownership model.
Founded in 2014, the mission of the Cass Community Publishing House is to give a voice to writers from groups who are under-represented by the five major publishing companies and to offer a spotlight for religious and urban issues. Books by CCPH will include history, biography, photography, novels and poetry.