Lamon Luther is giving away a $30,000 tiny home to help the homeless
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Reclaimed wood furniture company Lamon Luther hires homeless people to create jobs and help them rebuild their lives. Founded in 2012, the company has provided over 78,000 hours of work and reclaimed over 240,000 pounds of waste that would have ended up in the landfill, and they want to do more. Founder Brian Preston's goal is to hire 100 homeless craftsmen by 2017, and to do that, he's offering a giveaway: a beautiful tiny home worth $30,000. According to the National Alliance to End...