Working With Donors

HomeAid’s donors are the heart of the organization. Our model is based on their generous giving of cash and in-kind donations to build housing projects across the country.

HomeAid has both national and local donors that help fulfill the organization’s mission to build dignified housing for homeless individuals and families. Our national donors support both the national headquarters and the chapters through the donation of personnel (e.g., builder captains, trades, etc.) and building materials.

Our local donors, many of whom belong to national companies, are the heart of HomeAid, because they are the ones who are responsible for the construction of the actual housing projects. Each of the chapter sites includes listings of their respective local donors.

Community Outreach

Portland City Council Approves System Development Charge Waivers for Shelters

System development charges (SDC’s) will no longer be charged for homeless shelter developments in Portland, OR. ..More

Chapter Spotlight

HomeAid Hawaii Announces Grand Opening of Tutu Bert's House

HomeAid Hawaii and The Institute for Human Services (IHS) in partnership with The Queen’s Medical Center announced today the grand opening of Tutu Bert’s house...More

Donor Spotlight

Maytag Supports HomeAid In Effort to End Homelessness

Maytag brand is a national corporate partner for HomeAid America, contributing many appliances since 2014 to projects around the country that aim to stop homelessness.This year, Maytag is providing a 45-appliance donation to HomeAid Northern California’s Oma Village project in Marin (photo above), California..More