On February 21st, 2016 Andrew Lunetta was featured in a syracuse.com article on his latest project of helping the homeless here in Syracuse. His latest project is called A Tiny Home for Good, which works to create permanent housing for homeless people in Syracuse. In addition to his newest project, Andrew has also created a program that provides sandwiches for the homeless, and a drop-in center at Brady Faith Center that provides a free bike for those who attend ten community-building group rides. Lunetta has been working to better the lives of homeless people all of his life and has worked to do so in Syracuse since 2008. The full article can be found here.