What Do We Do?
HomeAid BUILDS: HomeAid's unique nonprofit business model mobilizes members of the North State Building Industry Association to give back to their community by donating labor, materials, and expertise to build and remodel dignified housing for homeless families and individuals. Through the generosity of Sacramento region homebuilders, trade partners, financial institutions, and members of the community HomeAid Sacramento has successfully completed 99 building projects since 1996--adding over 1,200 beds for homeless adults and children.
HomeAid CARES: HomeAid rallies volunteers from the community to assist with our CARE Days, offering opportunities for volunteers to participate in events such as, Painting a Better Tomorrow and Spread the Warmth Blanket Drive. Several times a year we assemble "CareKits" filled with essentials for our nonprofit partners. The HomeAid ‘CareKit’ is a community outreach initiative that brings together donors and volunteers to create and distribute ‘CareKits’ to homeless individuals and families. A kit is much more than the amenities inside - it’s about providing hope and a hand up.
HomeAid PARTNERS: At HomeAid Sacramento our partners in the community represent a wide variety of relationships. HomeAid Sacramento partners with nonprofits such as Sacramento Loaves and Fishes, and WEAVE, Inc. who own and operate nonprofit shelter facilities. These benefiting nonprofits can then concentrate on social services such as education and job skills training, and physical and emotional support to help their residents transform their lives and move towards self-sufficiency. HomeAid also partners with financial institutions, local builders and trades and we partner with YOU, members of our community who want to give back to make Sacramento a better home for all of us.
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