Beyonce and Kelly Rowland to build permanent housing complex for Houston’s homeless

Knowles-Rowland project will provide 31 new housing units and support services for those in need in their hometown

Beyonce and Kelly Rowland were inspired to do something for their hometown and its residents. The two singers are partnering with Harris County to create a permanent housing complex in downtown Houston, authorities announced at a press conference on Tuesday.

The Knowles-Rowland House will cost around $8.4 million, $7.2 million of which is being funded by the American Rescue Plan. The housing complex will include 31 new permanent housing units. Beyonce herself may even come and inaugurate the project in style when her Renaissance World Tour visits Houston.

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Tenants will be offered a range of services, including mental and behavioral health assistance and transportation.

A long-standing commitment
Rudy Rasmus, the local pastor and executive director of Bread of Life, expressed his gratitude for this partnership with the county, as well as for the significant contributions of Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, the three members of Destiny’s Child, over the years.

In April, the Crazy in Love performer announced another charitable initiative: a $2 million donation to help students and entrepreneurs through her BeyGOOD foundation.

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