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Affordable Housing Vision:
Micro Communities Create Hope for Better Future

Affordable Housing Vision:
Micro Communities Create
Hope For Better Future

Our Story: Stewarding Thoughtful Change to the Built Environment

Today housing dominates the local news: the affordability crisis, the homeless emergency, and the demolition epidemic have left a mark on the lives of the public. Meetings on the topic reveal that the solutions involve overspending and are ineffectual. The interest of large developers seem to lead the community away from frugal and thoughtful solutions, and taxpayers are often hit hard in the name of helping with housing. Politicians are sometimes not aware of what construction costs should be, and are unable to effect change to improve the crisis.

The foundation has precisely the tools to address these problems. All three issues revolve around housing which fits the focus of the founder. John McCulloch is an activist, real estate investor, entrepreneur, businessman, and an architectural designer who knows how to create quality homes for a reasonable cost. The foundation owns McCulloch’s design build which can make housing happen with speed and efficiency unmatchable by government.

A Note From the Founder:

The serendipity of being civically minded with the exact assortment of tools to address the main problems confronting our community led organically to the McCulloch Foundation. Through theses tools, we are your best conduit for making a difference. Through us you will have the biggest impact for every dollar or hour that you give. We all share the dream that the world will be better for our time in it; McCulloch Foundation is your best way to make that dream a reality.

We get results.


We are tackling the greatest challenges facing Oregonians today: the homeless emergency, the affordability crisis, and the demolition epidemic, as well as environmental issues associated with all three.

Sharewell Model

We are building housing to fight homelessness and create affordability, called the Sharewell Model.The Sharewell’s shared living creates micro communities spread throughout the city. This model is also offered as a real estate investment opportunity designed to end homelessness. The Sharewell Model is infinitely scalable and tailor-made for groups who can better find success together.


Our contributors research and write white papers and legislation that is designed to address our three great challenges. We seek to maximize return on investment.

We take a non-partisan, scientific approach to design and distill the most impactful solutions possible.


We step in to buy, restore, and save important landmarks that are threatened by demolition. This protects the history and beauty of our community while also saving the resources of the natural environment.


For those who understand that making a difference is maximized through the most efficient organization, we provide an optimal conduit.

We are an active foundation managing every facet of our projects hands on for strategic, results-focused action.


We have revolutionized affordable housing to get more homes of far higher quality than the local government gets per dollar.


Strategic Board

Made up of community and business leaders who make a difference through strategic thinking and partnerships.
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Commitment includes:
• Biannual meeting
• 6 service hours per year
• $300 annual membership
• Two-year term (renewable)

Implementation Board

Made up of aspiring leaders and proven achievers, who want to make a difference in their community.
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Commitment includes:
• Quarterly meeting
• 40 service hours per year
• $100 annual membership
• Two-year term (renewable)

Think Tank Distinguished Authors

Include contributors who offer creative policy, legislative solutions, and analysis of the issues facing Oregonians in the built environment. The authors contribute in the form of white papers and proposed legislation.
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Governing Board

The Chair, Vice Chair & Treasurer, Secretary, and Executive Director.
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We’re bringing together leading experts in government and academia who create, collect, and offer solutions for a host of public policy issues relating to the built environment.
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