Hope’s Path—a nonprofit devoted to helping young men who have aged out of the foster care system—is working to raise money for a triplex home project in the Spring area, Executive Director Brandon Anderchuk said. Originally conceptualized as three separate tiny homes, the project has been redesigned as a single building containing three living quarters to help the permitting process.

Organization leaders hope to continue to raise funds for this project—which will offer members of the Hope’s Path program a place to live independently while receiving program services—through donations. Hope’s Path offers services for young men ages 18-28 who were previously in the foster care system, helping them transition from dependent to independent living.
  • Construction start date to be announced
  • 28918 S. Plum Creek Drive, Spring
  • www.hopespath.org