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"A Tiny Home for Good was founded in November of 2014. Dedicated to ending homelessness, A Tiny Home for Good provides affordable, safe, and dignified housing to individuals facing homelessness and connects residents with professional care management. 

The homes are built on vacant lots in the City of Syracuse. And, while small(only 300 sqft), the homes come equipped with a full bathroom and full kitchen. They are fully furnished upon resident move-in and each property has a shed for bicycles and lawn care tools. Residents are invited to monthly dinners  hosted by A Tiny Home for Good staff and board members.

A Tiny Home for Good believes that with an affordable, safe, and dignified home, our residents can acquire the stability necessary to permanently overcome homelessness. Find our more at www.atinyhomeforgood.org"   


Since 1993, the Syracuse I-Day Committee has donated over $102,000 to the Central New York community in the form of charitable donations.   Recipients include:

  • Project InVest - Robert J. Maher Memorial Scholarship - $26,000
  • Public Safety Critical Management Program - $7,500
  • Scholarships - $48,000
  • School Programs - $3,000
  • Coaches v Cancer (2000) - $1,500
  • MS Society (2001) - $1,000
  • ARC of Onondaga (2002) - $1,500
  • Francis House (2003) - $1,500
  • Children's Hospital   (2004) - $3,870
  • Casey's Place (2005) - $2,000
  • Paige's Butterfly Run (2006) - $3,500
  • Rescue Mission (2007) - $5,000
  • Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund (2008) - $4,000
  • It's All About Childhood & Family, Inc. (2009) - $4,000
  • Spaulding Support Services (2010) - $3,000
  • The Samaritan Center (2011) - $5,000
  • Syracuse Chapter of Disabled American Veterans (2012) - $5,000
  • The Food Bank of Central New York (2013) - $5,000
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research (2014) - $5,000
  • Alzheimer's Association (2015) - $6,000
  • Honor Flight - Syracuse Chapter (2016) - $4,000