What is the Need?
What is HomeAid?
Founded in 1996, HomeAid Sacramento is a 501(c ) (3) nonprofit charitable organization that builds and renovates multi-unit transitional housing facilities for nonprofit shelters and services providers serving temporarily homeless families and individuals in the Sacramento Region.
HomeAid Sacramento is the designated charity of the North State Building Industry Association, and is a local chapter of HomeAid America, a leading national provider of transitional housing for the temporarily homeless.
The mission of HomeAid Sacramento is to build and maintain dignified housing where temporarily homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives.
How Does HomeAid Help the Community?
HomeAid provides housing for nonprofit organizations that serve the homeless. We do what we do best, build. This allows non-profit organizations to do what they do best, provide services, training, and rehabilitation to thousands of homeless in our region and helping them to regain self sufficiency.
HomeAid works with existing service providers who have a need to create or expand their shelter bed capacity. The HomeAid leadership determines the worthiness of the cause and then selects a builder captain to oversee the creation or expansion of the shelter operation. The builder captain elicits the support of his/her subcontractors and suppliers in bringing the project to fruition.