Veterans and Their Families Grateful to HomeAid Sacramento and Volunteers of America for New Apartments August 13, 2018
Veteran Robert, his wife Angie and their two children have now moved out of their car and into their new home, a two-bedroom, one bath renovated apartment operated by Volunteers of America Northern California and Northern Nevada. They are very grateful to now have a true home that is a safe place to raise their children. The family came up with the idea of an ice cream social as a way for the veterans and their families to thank the building teams, organizations, and donors who made their new homes possible.
The New Home Company Hosts 6th Annual Chairty Golf Tournament Benefitting HomeAid Sacramento August 10, 2018
Recognized for giving back to the community, The New Home Company’s generosity and philanthropic efforts are an integral part of its corporate culture. The Aliso Viejo based homebuilder held its 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament benefitting HomeAid Sacramento at Catta Verdera County Club on Friday, August 10th, 2018.Read More
HomeAid Sacramento Marks 20 Years of Building Hope November 3, 2016
HomeAid Sacramento is pleased to announce that it is celebrating its 20th year of operation in the greater Sacramento region this month. The organization's mission is to build new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.Read More
Home Builders and Trades Come Together to Expand Domestic Violence Shelter March 11, 2016
HomeAid Sacramento and The New Home Company (NWHM) today participated in the dedication of the Wallace and Vannuci Shelter expansion at Empower Yolo, the first domestic violence shelter in Yolo County, founded in 1977. With the expansion, the shelter, which has served more than 2,000 women and children since its inception, will increase its bed capacity from 27 to 35 beds.Read More