The 1618 Project is a community project that has raised money to build a new house in the park, and is looking for $5,000.
The project’s goal is to create a home for the homeless.
It has a shortlist of volunteers and sponsors who will work on the project for two weeks, and it is hoping to raise $5k to start construction.
The park is currently closed for the winter and a public meeting will be held at 3pm on January 31st to discuss the project.
The 16h project has raised $2,000 and has two weeks to raise more.
The first half of the project has already raised about $2.2k.
The second half of this project will only be completed once it has raised the remaining $3,500.
The 14h project, which is also looking for volunteers, has raised about a third of its $3.5k goal, and its goal is $50000.
It is also hoping to complete the first half within two weeks.
The 16h Project is looking to raise a total of $6,500 to start building the new house.
Its aim is to build an affordable, sustainable home for homeless people in the community.
The aim of the new home is to provide a space for people to be able to make a difference in their community, and the new building will be a home to at least 30 people.
The shelter at 16h will be the first house built by the 16h.
One of the people in 16h who has been in the shelter for a year is the founder of the 1618 project.
He told us he is now in his mid-60s and lives in South London.
He said that his wife was the first to move into the new shelter and he was the last to stay in the old shelter.
‘The project is a great way to bring people together to help each other,’ he said.
‘It’s great to be in the same community.
It’s a really cool way to have people together who are homeless and it’s a great chance for us to show that we can still be together.’
The project will also provide a safe place for homeless youth to sleep, as well as a place for those who need social housing.
The 1619 and 16h projects are looking to hire a community builder to design and build the new houses.
They are hoping to build the houses at 16, 14, 13 and 12 Stations.
“We have two main goals,” said 16h founder Adam Tompkins.
“The first is to put a house in our community and make it a safe space for homeless kids to sleep in.
We want to build it in a place where the homeless can come to and have a place to live, so that is the main thing we are looking at.
We will also build an apartment for people who live in the building to live in, and we are also looking at building an outdoor terrace and a garden for the children.”
The shelter at the new 16h in Walthamstow, which will be opened in the spring, will be located in a building that is used by local businesses.
The new project is looking at how it can connect with other communities in the area.
Houses for homeless youths are not the only way the project aims to help the homeless, it is also working on a housing scheme for the elderly.
If the 16th project is successful, there will be other housing projects around the country.
There are currently 17 housing projects in the capital.
The government has invested £100,000 in the 1619 Housing project, as part of its Homelessness Reduction strategy.
In addition, there is a project at Walthams in the north-west called The Green House, which aims to build affordable houses for people with disabilities.
This will be funded by the government.
It is also seeking to build 15 more homes for the 1621 project.
All of these projects have their origins in the Kensington Housing Development Agency (KHDA), which was set up to provide affordable housing to homeless people.