Caleb founded the first unofficial camp at Washtenaw County Park. Uses the self governing model he learned in Seattle as the basic structure for the camp.
Caleb founded the first official camp which he named Camp Take Notice (CTN) at Arbor Land.
University of Michigan Law School helped M.I.S.S.I.O.N to be a 501 C3 Non-profit organization.
Official M.I.S.S.I.O.N acronym founded (Michigan Itinerant Shelter System Interdependent Out of Necessity).
Established a new camp at Saline Road after an eviction from police.
Caleb was arrested on TV which led to monetary support, lawyers, and church support.
Camp site at Saline Road was evicted.
New Camp Take Notice was established on Wagner Road.
Peggy officially joins M.I.S.S.I.O.N and brings money and support from St. Mary Student Parish.
Camp triples in size, develops relationship with the Mdot, police, sheriff, county, and the Washtenaw Housing Alliance.
Attracted University of Michigan and increased awareness towards the organization
Interview with BBC and confrontation with governor Snyder, which leads to another eviction.
Peggy founded Mercy House on White Street.
Concept based on Catholic Worker House, brought more legitimacy to the organization within the church community, which led to a $100,000 anonymous donation.
The proceeds were then used to buy land for the new CTN.
The Purchasing of Purple House
Purchased Purple House with the intention to build tiny house community.
Sherri Wander founded the Warming Center.
The New Chapter
Officially started planning tiny house community.