An organization with a vision of providing transitional housing for the homeless is raffling off a fully furnished tiny house. The Shasta Humanity Project wants to buy a piece of land and build shelters to be used by temporarily homeless people as they work their way back onto their feet. There are similar successful microcommunities in Oregon, Washington and Texas. The house being raffled was designed by Trilogy Architecture and is worth about $35,000. It’s on display at the McConnell Arboretum, and Turtle Bay will share in the proceeds. 750 tickets are being sold at $100 each. The drawing will be held July 15th. More about the organization and the tiny house can be found at shastahumanityproject.org.