Several Rotary Clubs came together recently in support of the Humaneity Tiny House Project. Thanks to Diana Traversi of the Currumbin/ Tweed Rotary Club a special night was organised so that Humaneity Founder, Mark Philpott was able to share with the audience the Humaneity Tiny House journey.
After the severe weather events that ravaged many parts of Northern New South Wales and Southern Queensland a substantial audience turned up to the event which enabled many of the audience, who also included the Federal Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Skills, the Hon Karen Andrews to ask questions about the potential of Tiny Houses in our Community’s.
Local Councillors were also present at the event, where there seemed a genuine interest about the future when it comes to building Tiny.
The night ended with many of the Rotary Club members showing an interest in supporting the Humaneity project as it moves forward.