Air Conditioning at Quixote Village
Quixote Village (follow link for more information about Quixote Village)
Operated by the nonprofit, Panza (follow link for more information about Panza)
Since 2013, Quixote Village has provided permanent supportive housing to people who have been homeless. Right now, we have many residents with medical conditions and disabilities, and, like the general population, we have more seniors than ever before.
When Quixote Village was built, we had a very limited construction budget, so we don’t have air conditioning. Now, with climate change and forecasts of sustained hot weather, we are hoping to buy small window air conditioning units for each tiny house.
We need your help to do this! Each unit costs $130, and we have 30 tiny homes. If you can contribute that amount, it will make a huge difference to one person. But any amount you can contribute will be welcome, and deeply appreciated.
Quixote Village is operated by the nonprofit organization, Panza. Your contribution to Panza is tax deductible.