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Future Site:

6767 N 60th St

Milwaukee, WI 53223

Located on a 7-acre property in Milwaukee's northwest side, Veterans Community Project will be a specialized village of tiny homes with on-site, wraparound support services designed to equip Veterans experiencing homelessness with the tools needed to return to a stable, prosperous, independent life. 

The campus will not only provide critical resources, it will also:


  • Beautify the surrounding area, increasing the property values of homes and businesses

  • Provide ongoing opportunities for community volunteerism

  • Strengthen Milwaukee’s social services sector

  • Become a source of civic pride

the VCP campus.

VCP Village is a specialized community of 40 tiny homes that provide sanctuary and the emotional space needed for each Veteran to thoroughly address the underlying causes of his or her homelessness.


The homes are built on concrete foundations, connect to city utilities, and meet all code requirements for new construction. Each furnished home features a full kitchen, bathroom, and living space. Single occupancy homes are 240 square feet; the Village’s eight family homes are 320 square feet and can accommodate a family of 5.

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Serving as “base camp” for residents, the Village Center is a hub for VCP’s continuum of care as well as a place for residents to connect with one another and build strong networks of support. With a variety of private offices for case management, classroom spaces, and a fellowship hall for social events, the Village Center promotes the physical and mental well-being of Village residents and enhances their sense of community.

building community, changing lives.

Community isn't just part of our name, it's part of our DNA.

Veterans Community Project is funded by individuals, foundations, and corporations who want to do more than simply thank a Veteran for their service. Our capital campaign has many ways to give including significant campus recognition opportunities for our most generous supporters.


Now is your opportunity to permanently leave your mark on this life-changing, community-changing mission. Join us as a founding partner and help serve those who served us.

For more information, please contact Janice Bell, Development Manager, at

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Bill Malzewski, Capital Campaign Chairman

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Jim Brzezinski, Tabek Law

Adam Cornelius, Pieper Power

Gary Czaplewski, Capitoline Business Intelligence

Steve DeCleene, Neumann Companies

Tarik Moody, Radio Milwaukee

Saul Newton, Veterans Chamber

George Petropoulos, Workhorse

Anoop Prakash, Ariens Co.

Angel Ramirez, MMAC

Dan Semrad, Boldt Construction

Jeff Starr, Pieper Power

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