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Negucci Women In Construction
Crystal Frye  November 4, 2019
The Negucci Project – Women In Construction
A brand new affordable housing initiative in Rainier Beach, Seattle, WA. 
Lincoln Block is pleased to announce our support for the Negucci Project – Women In Construction. These incredible women have taken it upon themselves to use Lincoln Block in the heart of Seattle to build an affordable tiny home completely free of charge for a citizen in need. With your help we can raise the small amount of capital required to make this project happen today!
We’re only $2,800 away from reaching our goal!
Over $20k has already been donated! With your continued support, the Negucci Project will be able to kick-start the operation and help build not only this first tiny cottage, but hundreds more for homeless women in Seattle.
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The Negucci Women have shown their support in Seattle by striving to find the best solutions for bringing aid to homeless women in need. Recently they hosted a group of volunteers to help pack lunches to hand out to homeless women at The Riveter in Capitol Hill. 
You can help the Negucci Women’s project bring affordable housing to countless homeless women in dire need of a place to live by donating to help fund this first project of many! Negucci Women In Construction is the very first group willing to give it their all and show that they won’t take no for an answer when it comes to small footprint housing for homeless women in Seattle, which is one of the most important issues in the city. As Seattle experiences a rise in homelessness among women due to the unchecked and aggressive housing market, it’s clear that a more financially secure system must be established. We are ecstatically supporting the Negucci Women’s project as they move forward!

We’ve already cleaned up and prepared the perfect location in Rainier Beach, Seattle. The building site will make for a beautiful tiny house, and the only thing holding us back now is the small amount of capital we need (only $2800 remaining!) to start breaking ground!

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