We help people re-enter society so they can become contributing members again and not a drain on our limited government resources. (That costs us all more taxes). However, when Russel got out of prison (he is still on parole until 2026) he had no money, no job, no place to live and no credit. Just like all the other people coming out of prison. After he was (basically) kicked out of the half way house, he was homeless. I didn't know this but most guys in his or her position are forced to get a motel room at the cost of $65 a night or if they can put together enough money (with no job or working for pennies per hour) they can pay by the week and it costs an average of $55 per night. Problem is there are about 30 nights in every month. That is like $1,650 a month! One of Renu's CUBITS can provide him a place to live on our land with a toilet, a shower, a sink, a small refrigerator, TV and a couch that turns down as a bed. Its like an HGTV Tiny House except we use other guys like Russell to build it and its built from recycled materials like steel, Styrofoam, Special Cements we developed and stuff like that. Pretty nice compared to a box under the bridge. So we want to give Russell a great place to live with us for about $150 per week. We have to pay for water, electricity and we give him free range eggs and treats. He has a good job at the moment but if he looses it we will ride with him instead of kicking out on the streets (like he was used to) and we will help him find another job or hopefully we will sell or get more donations and he can work with us building more CUBITS. Your donation can be the difference in not just Russell's life. You see the problem is... 10,000 Russell's come out of prison....EVERY WEEK. Don't get discouraged hearing that because we are working on a plan to help ALL of them. It will take a little while and may sound impossible but a river starts with a single drop of rain.... and there are lots of rivers in the world! So get involved. Start your Legacy, One Drop at a time. Have FUN and Enjoy your day to the fullest.