Save Families and Children

Creating Durable Homes that last for decades

A local and national solution for low-income and homeless families

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Tesla Foundation

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Tesla Foundation is one of the world's top technology transfer companies, known for producing breakthrough technologies for Ariel Robotics, Autonomous Education, Electric Vehicles, etc.

Vision


Build Communities for Homeless & Low Income Families

  • Create several local city – county Communities to accommodate rotational housing for millions of homeless and low-income families that have nowhere to live.
  • Through celebrity participation and the production and distribution of a weekly “Helping the Homeless” television and internet series, Durable Living Systems will bring awareness to the blight of the homeless and poverty in American cities and backwater towns. 
  • Re-use city and county land to create homeless self-contained communities that incorporate mobile homes that have building technology that will make the homes last 70-100 years.

HOMELESSNESS, WE CAN'T LET THE PAST INTO THE FUTURE

Durable Living Systems (DLS) Highlights


  • Provides Long Term – Low Cost Housing Solution for homeless and low-income families
  • Share in Bank Financing for municipalities and low-income families 
  • Eighty to one hundred year service life for each manufactured mobile housing unit
  • Multiple revenue streams: Housing sales, Community development, Management, Finance, Panel sales
  • Traditional mobile home manufacturing and construction, appliances, plumbing and electrical
  • Traditional mobile home over the road transportation to mobile home park settings
  • Standard water, sewer and electrical mobile home park connections
  • DLS communities can be Refreshed and/or relocated as urban sprawl demands increase  

$5M valuation cap as of 8/1/2020 $2.00 per-share. Offering up to 25% of total outstanding shares 

 

Problem


Homelessness is growing fast—we need to move faster

  • The US department of housing expects homelessness to grow by 38% from 2019 – 2025
  • California and the United States’ severe affordable housing crisis puts Californians and US citizens at risk of           housing instability and homelessness.
  • California now has 151,000 people experiencing homelessness, more than any other state in the nation
  • Despite significant investments in recent years to address homelessness, California saw a 16 percent increase in its homeless population from 2018 to 2019
  • California has increased its role in funding homelessness programs of more than $1 billion between 2018-2019
  • It is estimated that another 35,000 to 50,000 people will be added to the already large estimate of homeless          population because of the pandemic
  • Less than a third of Californians can afford a median priced home.
  • More than 20% of California residents are in poverty.
  • California homelessness is now the third highest in the nation.

 

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I Was A High School Teacher

54% of US employed people are just one paycheck from being homeless. Those that have no families or support system do not recover and end up homeless.

GET HIM A HOME | LEND HIM A HAND

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I Don't Know What To Do

Single parent families are the most vulnerable group who face poverty and homelessness every day. These families need a single family home to recover.

GET THEM A HOME | GET THEM SAFE

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We Just Need A House

As of July 2020 there are 151,000 homeless people living on the streets of Los Angeles and another 68,000 living on the streets of San Francisco.

PLACE IN HOMES | GET THEM HEALTHY

Solution


Delivering a long term low cost housing solution for the 

homeless and low-income families

  • Create indestructible “Concrete Foam” housing structures that deliver a service life of 60 to 100 years
  • Deliver an end to end solution including land, community development and mobile manufactured housing 
  • Provide long term Bank financing for city’s to fund homeless and low-income communities
  • Deliver structures that include electronic controls, in-wall plumbing with blind fixtures and electrical systems 
  • Include solar roof tiles and power wall energy storage systems
 

National NGOs

DLS supports non-governmental organizations or NGOs that work to help aid and feed the homeless and educate the children. NGOs are a subgroup of organizations founded by citizens, which include churches, clubs and associations.

Products


Multiple products and features

  • Manufactured mobile home self-contained units                                                                                                                   – Safety Features: fire proof, earthquake safe, weather stable, easy to repair, break in safe                                         – Design Features: self-contained, electronic controls, damage free water and electrical, solar power- storage       – Service Design life: eighty to one hundred year service life  
  • Electronic Control Systems: environment, audio, internet, water, appliances, security video, energy storage
  • Tesla Solar Roof panels and Power Wall units
  • Tesla Environmental filtering HVAC Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems 
  • Tesla Appliances
  • Tesla Communications Center
  • Concrete Foam Panel manufacturing                                                                                                                                         – Novel Application of Patented Foam Concrete construction for manufactured mobile housing                               

Multiple services and features

  • Electricity production management services for energy storage and energy sales
  • Community development, utility building construction and housing placement management
  • Community facilities, internet, grounds, water, sewer, trash and electrical management 
  • Community financing and insurance services management
 

Traction


Making an important impact, now

Right now because COVID-19, homelessness will increase 28% – 48% by 2025

  • Rudy of “Rudy” the movie, has volunteered to communicate to each DLS Community the benefits of the program
  • Partnering with the Rock’n Care-A-Van an unscripted national broadcast series that seeks to spotlight, create awareness and stimulate action to build DLS homeless communities through out America
  • DLS hopes to capture additional celebrity volunteers to help promote the expansion of DLS homeless and low-income communities in California and across America
  • DLS seeks investment to launch Homeless Community programs in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Francisco then moving to other states where homelessness is a major issue
  • DLS is in it’s $5 million Angel Round of investment offering 25% of the business for $2.00 per-share (any level of investment is acceptable  
 

Customers


“DLS is Quick to Help and Ready to Engage”

Unlike all other Homeless and Low-income housing programs, DLS is a complete package that includes:
– City wide pre-launch local and national promotions public communications  social, websites, radio, TV and media
– Fast turn around land and community housing and facilities financing
– Fast construction of manufactured mobile housing
– Fast build out of community facilities and grounds
– Sponsorship and support of electronics, solar systems, home security and more
– Immediate onsite construction management

 

Business Model


Land & Community Development for the Homeless

DLS is in the business of developing Homeless and Low-income Communities for cities across America
DLS is a for profit company receiving multiple income streams from three main income sources:
– Developing and building Homeless and Low-income communities                 
– Servicing and supporting it’s Homeless and Low-income communities
– Manufacturing Concrete Foam Construction panels for the mobile home and traditional construction   
With this approach, we are on track to reach $9.1M in annual revenue by Qtr 4 2021, when we also expect to be cash flow positive

DLS uses its income to build houses and offer more assistance for the homeless and low-income families in the US

Homeless and Low Income Size, Stop the Suffering


US Market Size 

California now has 151,000 people experiencing homelessness, more than any other state in the nation

DLS has the immediate potential to help the homeless by providing 2,000 concrete foam homes in Los Angeles by 2022 helping nearly 3,200 people   

DLS can create as many as 5 communities with over 18,000 home by 2025 making it the largest producer of homes in the United States providing rotational living for nearly 36,000 homeless people 

The focus of community and home building will initially be in the South West helping the largest number of homeless and low income people with housing needs  

Celebrities and Investors


It Makes Good Business Sense, How Can You Help? 

Most government low cost and homeless shelters seem to start strong and end in confusion and defunding.

DLS has established a complete end to end program that asks local government to participate in 2 ways.
    – #1 local government would sell land parcels at $100.00 or favorable pricing to be used for the development of             homeless community(s).
    – #2 local government will purchase community when completed via a long term loan with monthly payments.

Investors and celebrity investors will receive monthly payments with a guaranteed 30% return on their investment with the right to sell and transfer their shares and payment account at anytime.

Additional Investor revenue streams are available for special projects and monthly support programs.

$5M valuation cap as of 8/1/2020 $2.00 per-share. Offering up to 25% of total outstanding shares and a minimum investment of $5,000

Founders


Founder | Mr. Cashen  has been in the automotive industry over 35  years and was responsible for building a  successful OEM engineering, manufacturing  and technical services Robotics Controls  company. He has broad experience with  automotive robotics technology creating  vehicle production facilities and production  software and control systems. For 10 years, his  philanthropic efforts have been focused on the  Tesla Foundation, an international organization  founded for the purpose of educating  visionaries, designers, engineers and  entrepreneurs of the importance in managing  artificial intelligence.

    Founder | Eddy Pham is a nationally  prominent expert in the D2C industry,  providing product development and  campaign management services ranging  from idea conception to revenue  generation. Within his career he has helped  bring over 150 products to market  generating billions in sales since 1993. In his  almost three decades of business  development Mr. Pham is well versed in  product development, source  manufacturing and overall operational  business management. Each and every  campaign he has worked on has been a  hands-on approach. Mr. Pham grew up working in family  restaurants and then started his career in the  transactional marketing industries  (infomercials) at age 23.

About Durable Living Systems

 Starting in 2017 as the brainchild of Wilhelm Cashen, DLS was created for one reason only, to create and support homeless and low income communities for millions of American’s in need of a safe and stable place to live until they can get proper employment and find long term housing. 
 
The DLS communities are self-contained meaning, each DLS Community has a; Clinic, Clothing Exchange, Pantry, Day Care, Employment Assistance, Education Center, Management Office, Laundry(s), Community Room(s), Grievance Center and Transportation Platform. 
 
DLS works only and directly with cities and town officials for the city promotion of the DLS Community and for the design, development and creation of the DLS Community(s).  
 
DLS Communities unlike all other apartment or vertical shelters can’t be destroyed by loss of vandalism of any one or more building which can be replaced in one or two days without any damage of conflict with any other houses.
 
DLS are vibrant communities that serve to help in reestablishing the lives of millions of currently homeless people and lend a helping hand to those people in or at the edge of poverty who need stability in their lives and help to get back on their feet.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Risks

We have a limited operating history upon which you can evaluate our performance, and accordingly, our prospects must be considered in light of the risks that any new company encounters.
The Company is still in an early phase and is just beginning to implement its business plan. There can be no assurance that it will ever operate profitably. The likelihood of its success should be considered in light of the problems, expenses, difficulties, complications and delays usually encountered by companies in their early stages of development. The Company may not be successful in attaining the objectives necessary for it to overcome these risks and uncertainties.

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COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loans
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners, including agricultural businesses, and nonprofit organizations in all U.S. states, Washington D.C., and territories can apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan. The EIDL program is designed to provide economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue due to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 EIDL Loans

PURPOSE

To meet financial obligations and operating expenses that could have been met had the disaster not occurred

TERMS

3.75% for businesses (fixed) 2.75% for nonprofits (fixed) 30 years

No pre-payment penalty or fees USE OF PROCEEDS

Working capital & normal operating expenses Example: continuation of health care benefits, rent, utilities, fixed debt payments. COLLATERAL REQUIREMENTS Required for loans over $25,000 SBA uses a general security agreement (UCC) designating business assets as collateral, e.g. machinery and equipment, furniture and fixtures, etc. FORGIVABLE NO – EIDL Loan YES – EIDL Advance* *Advance funds have been fully allocated and are not currently available

MATURITY

30 years

PAYMENTS

Deferred 1 year; interest still accrues Borrower may make payments if they choose to do so.

Set up online payments through Pay.gov OR mail payments to:

U.S. Small Business Administration 721 19th Street Denver, CO 80202

Be sure to include EIDL loan number on mailed-in checks.

Business Development Managers and programs

  • Big Paul
  • Paul
  • Andre
  • Sean
  • Michael
  • Wil
  • Eddy

Big Paul: LA Sales      eMail: bpaul@teslafoundation.com      Phone: 323-884-4123      Region: Los Angeles City      CRM: Contact Micheal

Paul Neuhausen: LA Sales      eMail: pauln@teslafoundation.com      Phone: 818-324-6815      Region: Los Angeles City      CRM: Contact Micheal

Andre Walker: North West Sales      eMail: andre@teslafoundation.com      Phone: 602-327-1646      Region: North West      CRM: Contact Micheal

Sean: LA Sales      eMail: sean@teslafoundation.com      Phone: 310-709-8571      Region: Los Angeles City      CRM: Contact Micheal

Micheal Smollin: LA Sales      eMail: michael@teslafoundation.com      Phone: 310-924-9737      Loan Administrator: National      CRM:

Wilhelm Cashen: Biz Dev   eMail: wil@teslafoundation.com      Phone: 310-467-1193      Region: National     CRM:

Eddy Pham: Marketing     eMail: eddy@eddypham.com      Phone: 323-247-3339      Region: National     CRM:

Active Loan, Grant and Services Programs

PPP
Forgiveness

$ 1,500
  • 25%
    of all sales

EIDL
Programs

$ 1,500
  • 25%
    of all sales

Grant
Programs

$ 1,500
2,500
  • 20%
    of all sales

Business
Dev-Launch

$ 15,000
25,000
  • 25%
    of all sales

Stock Sale
Cash Out

$ 50,000
250,000
  • 25%
    of all sales

We need to create perfect partnerships with our clients

Regional Managers reach out to as many locations as possible where you may find people that need funding to operate or grow their business. The Tesla Foundation is in business to help keep small business owners in business and give them answers to questions that they have.

Here are some locations where you can find people that need help running and funding their business:

  • Linkedin.com
  • Local Business
  • Kick Starter.com
  • Indegogo.com
  • Producthunt.com
  • Domain Sales Companies
  • Hosting and Domain Sales Companies
  • Investment Banks, Groups and Companies
  • Everyone that Received a PPP and EIDL Loan
  • Small Business In Each and Every Town and City

The PPP Payroll Protection Program

Tax law definitions do not apply to much of the Payroll Protection Program (PPP), making it new ground for owners of S corporations. Here are answers to four questions of concern to many S corporation owners.

1. Spouse Owns S Corporation

Question. My wife owns 100 percent of the S corporation. She has a full-time job and does no work for the S corporation. I am the sole worker in the S corporation.

Am I treated as 

  • a “non-owner employee” of the S corporation or

  • an “owner-employee” subject to the limits?

Answer. The PPP guidance does not address the situation you describe. From what we know, you are a non-owner employee, which means you are not stuck with the owner-employee limits.

In tax law, you would have to consider “attribution rules” that would make you own what your wife owns because of your marital relationship. (Yes, in tax law you both would own 100 percent.)

But the PPP guidance to date contains no such rules.

According to the latest from the SBA, you may rely on the laws, rules, and guidance available at the time of your PPP loan application. As we write, the latest guidance is from over a month ago, on June 25, 2020.

2. S Corporation Owner-Employee with No W-2

Question. I submitted my PPP loan application before the guidance disallowing independent contractor payments was published. And at the time of submission, I had not yet started paying myself a salary.

Now I have the PPP money from the bank but cannot get it forgiven through contractor payments. If I pay myself on a W-2, I lack the look-back period of 2019 payroll.

Am I out of luck? Should I go on payroll and hope for the best?

Answer. Under the rules, you are out of luck. Your loan forgiveness is based on the lower of your 2019 W-2 (zero) or your 2020 W-2.

3. S Corporation Loan Based on K-1

Question. I operate my business as an S corporation with two W-2 employees other than me (I don’t receive a W-2). I applied for the PPP loan and obtained it based on my K-1.

A few weeks later the lender told me that the money I received was not available to be forgiven. It’s just not fair. My profit is my income.

Is there any workaround for this?

Answer. No—no workaround. But in your case, likely no PPP loan forgiveness problem either.

But first, let’s think about taxes. You operate as an S corporation, and you take no salary. (That’s incorrect and likely a tax problem if the IRS audits your tax return.)

Now, let’s get to the PPP. Your lender granted you the PPP loan based on the K-1 and ignored your employees. That shows how confusing the PPP has been. But let’s ignore the right and wrong of that and get to the heart of the issue. Can you obtain forgiveness?

Yes, your S corporation’s forgiveness begins with what you pay your W-2 employees during the 24-week covered period including what you pay in health insurance and retirement on their behalf.

In addition, you may include some or all of your payments for business interest, rent, and utilities during the 24 weeks beginning with receipt of the loan.

Example. Let’s say you received a $100,000 loan. If your payroll during the 24 weeks is $63,000 and the rent and utilities total $37,000, you would qualify for 100 percent forgiveness. If you achieve this in 20 weeks, you could apply for forgiveness then.

Observation. The fact that the lender based your loan on your profits is simply a mistake by the lender. It does not affect forgiveness, which is based on your using the money for the intended PPP purposes such as payroll.

4. S Corporation with Home Office

Question. Your tax guidance for the S corporation owner is for the owner to use an expense report to submit home-office expenses to the business for reimbursement and classify the reimbursement in the tax return as an office expense.

The idea behind this guidance is to avoid the rental fiasco.

How would we classify this as mortgage interest and utilities under the PPP loan forgiveness guidelines? We have the same question for partnerships where it is claimed as an unreimbursed partner expense.

Answer. The reimbursed expense won’t work for the PPP, but here’s the solution. Choose the 24-week program and you will achieve full forgiveness with only the payroll in as little as 10.8 weeks.

If you have PPP forgiveness questions, please don’t hesitate to call me.