Students Helping Veterans

Big Heroes, Tiny Homes logo and donation link

Vision Statement
Students Helping Veterans: Big Heroes, Tiny Homes

Our vision is to promote student learning at the heart of every service project. We seek to establish a service-minded next generation by showing students that they can make a difference today. In keeping with the development of competencies identified in the Humble ISD’ Portrait of a Graduate Initiative, we foster personal responsibility, collaboration, critical thinking, creative innovation, global citizenship, communication, and leadership through the service of others. 

Mission Statement
Students Helping Veterans: Big Heroes, Tiny Homes

The mission of Students Helping Veterans: Big Heroes, Tiny Homes is to create a student-stocked tiny home community for homeless veterans in the Houston area through partnerships with non-profits, businesses, and private individuals in our community. We seek to provide a sense of community and safety to these individuals who have formerly lived on the streets of Houston, and to ultimately foster the development of similar projects across the nation.

2023 Tiny Home Dedications

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Kingwood HS 2023 Tiny Home Dedication

Program Description

Summer Creek, Kingwood and Kingwood Park high school students and teachers will work together to create a master-planned tiny home community in the Houston area, for homeless veterans. In collaboration with local architects, engineers, and other community partners, the schools will design and build homes on each campus, with the intent of including other schools in the Houston area as the project progresses. 

Tiny Homes Inspiring Moments

2023 Tiny Home Highlights

Donate By Mail

If you would like to support this amazing program, you can do so by making a donation to the Humble ISD Education Foundation.  Your donation will then be designated for one of the Humble ISD high schools that are currently building a tiny home for a homeless veteran.  If you have a specific school you would like your donation designated to, please note that when donating.  You can make your donation online here or mail it to:

Humble ISD Education Foundation
P.O. Box 2105
Humble, TX  77347-2105

If you would like to donate supplies or services or your business is interested in partnering with Humble ISD on this project, please contact the Director of Career & Technical Education, Larkin LeSueur at (281) 641-8310.

For More Donation Information

Jerri Monbaron
Director of Community Development at Humble ISD

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Initial tiny house meeting
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The first tiny house being built