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.

Chapter Spotlight

HomeAid Houston Dedicates Boys and Girls Country Project

On November 16, HomeAid Houston, Partners in Building, Boys and Girls Country and dozens of volunteers and special guests gathered to celebrate the dedication of an 8100 sq. ft. cottage that will be home to eight children who have come from families in crisis...More

Community Outreach

Maracay Homes Hosts CareKit Day in Phoenix, Arizona

HomeAid America partnered with Maracay Homes, a member of TRI Pointe Group (NYSE: TPH), to conduct a community outreach CareKit Day to benefit Sojourner Center, a service provider that houses and helps women and children affected by domestic violence in the Phoenix area...More

Donor Spotlight

Stearns Conducts Major Effort for HomeAid's Homelessness Awareness Month

Stearns Lending, a leading national provider of mortgage lending services and national partner of HomeAid America, recently completed a "Lending Hands for HomeAid" program to provide personal Care Kits to individuals who seek assistance at homeless shelters across the nation...More