About Us

It has taken a lot of planning, prayer, and hard work to get us where we are today.

Eden Village of Wilmington’s 32-unit pedestrian only tiny home community is  next to the airport and adjacent to the Salvation Army Complex, providing access to appropriate support services, transportation, and job training. This community houses our cities disabled, chronically homeless friends with a fixed-government income of $350 per month. Residents are provided access to a supportive community, support services and paired with a home team that meets monthly.

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Community Amenities

What does an Eden Village community look like?

Ready to learn more? Eden Village of Wilmington is a finger-print access community, with a courtyard setting encouraging sober communal-living, all resident handicap-accessible tiny homes with a front porch. Residents have access to a 1-acre community garden where they can grow up to 300 meals annually per resident and a community center clubhouse. The clubhouse includes free offices for supportive services use, a place to hold workshops, group dining, and a place to meet with counselors and has access to a computer. All homes come completely furnished and has everything that a single occupant would need to live a dignified, clean and sober life.

Our goal is for Eden Village of Wilmington to build more locations of similar size, but our timeline is dependent upon funding. We can’t do it without you, please consider a donation or volunteering to help make this dream a reality.

Wilmington, NC
Wilmington, NC