Cindy Lou by Lamon Luther

It’s time for another tiny house fundraiser from Lamon Luther! This time they’re raising funds for Beloved Atlanta, a non-profit that helps women affected by sexual exploitation.

The winner of the tiny house will be selected on December 22nd, 2017 and all entries need to be submitted by December 21st. You can purchase entry tickets here.

The Tiny House

The 40′ gooseneck tiny house, named Cindy Lou, was designed by Brian Preston at Lamon Luther. The Cindy Lou has 430 heated square feet and an 8’x8′ covered porch with composite flooring and a cedar ceiling.

Inside the tiny home is a queen size master bedroom over the gooseneck, providing extra headroom compared to a loft bedroom. There is also a sleeping/storage loft with a full size bed over the bathroom.

The living room is large enough for a full size sofa and a couple extra chairs. A large wall of windows allows for abundant natural light throughout the main living area.

The kitchen features an L-shaped counter with eating bar and two stools, a four burner gas range, refrigerator, microwave, and stainless steel sink. In the bathroom is a full size bathtub, vanity, eco flow toilet, and washer/dryer hookups.

How To Enter
They created 4 different donation options to choose from to win the tiny house. You can donate $20 for 1 entry, $40 for 6 entries, $100 for 15 entries, or $250 for 45 entries. (There is also a “no purchase necessary” option if you read their terms & conditions.)

About Beloved Atlanta
Beloved Atlanta is the only two-year residential home program for adult women surviving prostitution, trafficking, and addiction in Atlanta, GA. They assist residents by helping them accomplish their educational and employment goals, provide assistance in finding affordable housing once she graduates the program, and continues to offer support through quarterly case management, weekly support groups, scholarship opportunities, and other resources.

You can view more information on the Tiny House Giveaway website.

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