HomeAid Colorado builds and renovates housing for children, women, men, veterans, and families experiencing homelessness. Our goal is to enable them to take the critical steps toward achieving lives of self-sufficiency.
The Colorado chapter joined the HomeAid effort in late 1999 and is making a notable impact on homelessness in our state. HomeAid Colorado has garnered more than $5 million in in-kind donations, adding nearly 400 beds across 56 housing units. HomeAid has created assets for local nonprofits valued at $13 million with more than $6 million worth of projects in development, forecasted to add or preserve 99 beds to serve Colorado’s homeless.
You can help build new lives for Colorado's families and individuals experiencing homelessness. Get involved today!
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