How can I help?

Rebuilding communities is something we all can do. Whether it is providing financial resources or volunteering with a local HomeAid shelter, we all work best as a team. We encourage community members and corporations alike to donate whatever resources they can to HomeAid.

You can help rebuild communities from the inside out. It takes visionary leadership from men and women who share our vision of building hope and homes. No one is immune from homelessness and every man, woman and child should have a safe, dignified place to live.

If you are interested in helping HomeAid in its fight to end homelessness, contact Susan Blen in our national office at (949) 777-1660.

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Did you know?

That over 8,300 beds have been added to homeless shelters by HomeAid?

Chapter Spotlight

HomeAid San Diego Receives Grant from Bank of America Charitable Foundation

Many people are just one life event away from being homeless or needing to depend on basic needs services such as food and shelter. Through Bank of America's strategic philanthropic investments into nonprofits, HomeAid San Diego will use funding to rebuild lives for the area's homeless through housing development and outreach initatives. 
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Donor Spotlight

Milgard Contributes to 5 HomeAid Housing Projects Across the Country

Milgard generously provided an in-kind donation of 229 windows and patio doors, significantly reducing construction costs for 5 HomeAid projects across the country, allowing HomeAid nonprofit partners to reinvest their capital into life-changing programs that will help more than 135 residents move from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
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Outreach Spotlight

HomeAid Distributes 2.5 Million Baby Items to Families Experiencing Homelessness

5 HomeAid chapters hosted Essentials for Young Lives drives in their communities to collect diapers, wipes, formula and other baby items to help cost-burdened families who are struggling to make ends meet. Collectively over 2 million baby items were distributed, saving families faced with economic hardship over $600,000. 
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