HomeAid National Capital Region (HNCR) leverages the resources of the home building community and its trade partners to undertake new construction or major renovations to homeless shelters, transitional houses and other facilities that help people experiencing homelessness gain stability and a roof over their heads. HomeAid projects help to significantly reduce the construction costs to care provider organizations, thereby allowing them to redirect those dollars into programs and services for homeless families and individuals.
HNCR was started in 2001 by NVBIA members. As it has grown and taken on more projects in the community, it has become an independent nonprofit, operating as a chapter of the national HomeAid America network, yet maintaining close ties to NVBIA and our network of builders. HNCR has completed 165 renovation and construction projects on homeless shelters and supportive housing facilities, valued at more than $19 million in retail construction costs and saving homeless service providers $13M – or 46% – of the retail cost. In total, these projects provide housing and stability to an estimated 196,000 homeless and vulnerable local individuals.
Special thanks to the following builders that have supported HomeAid projects:
BOWA • Brookfield Residential • CarrHomes • The Christopher Companies • Craftmark Homes • Dan Ryan Builders John Darvish Construction • Joy Design + Build • Kettler • K. Hovnanian Homes • The Knutson Companies • Lennar Homes • Merritt Construction Services • Miller & Smith • Northfield Construction and Development NVHomes • NVBIA Custom Builders Council • Richmond American Homes • Shea Homes Stanley Martin Homes • SugarOak Corporation • Toll Brothers • Touchstone Custom Homes • Trinity Group Construction Van Metre Homes • Winchester Homes
Ready to get involved?
- Become a leader in transforming lives by serving as a Builder Captain
- Share your time and talent on a shelter project as a Trade Partner
- Make a house a home as a Helping Hands volunteer
- Raise much needed funds by tying HomeAid to your corporate event
- Volunteer at or attend a HomeAid event
- Make a tax-deductible gift to sustain HomeAid’s work
For more information visit HomeAid’s website.