HomeAid builds homes. We provide safe and dignified housing for those experiencing homelessness or at-risk of becoming homeless.
HomeAid builds and maintains housing for reputable nonprofit organizations serving those experiencing homelessness by leveraging our relationships within the home building industry to garner in-kind donations of labor and materials. HomeAid projects average a fifty-percent in-kind donation rate, a substantial cost saving that is reinvested into life-changing programs that move families to self-sufficiency.
This collaboration allows nonprofit care providers to focus their energy and resources on providing direct services, such as financial education, job skills training, and counseling, while HomeAid and professional builders provide the construction-related services needed to build high-quality housing at a fraction of the typical cost.
To learn more about HomeAid’s Housing Development program and our unique cost-effective solution, visit the Housing page.
HomeAid recognizes how challenging it can be for families to provide for their most basic needs. HomeAid provides dignity and restores hope through various community outreach programs throughout the country.
HomeAid Essentials is our signature outreach program and provides basics necessities such as hygiene items, diapers and baby care items, school supplies, clothing, food, and housewares.
For more on HomeAid Essentials and other outreach programs, visit the Outreach page.
Homelessness is a national crisis and HomeAid has a responsibility to raise awareness about the issues we face concerning homelessness. We aim to educate others on who experiences homelessness and the varied circumstances that cause it. HomeAid provides cost-effective, unique solutions to address these complex housing challenges. To learn more about homelessness, visit the Awareness page.
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