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The construction and expansion of a state-of-the-art 10,000 sq. ft. facility for homeless men.
Complete renovation of a 10 unit apartment building that now provides permanent supportive housing to once chronically homeless persons.
Extensive repair work at one of the largest full-service facilities for homeless men in downtown Washington D.C.
Needed improvements at a long-term residential treatment home for young adolescent males.
The focus of the projects selected by the Home Builders Care Foundation's (HBCF) Board of Directors is shelter-related. Approved projects regularly assist non-profit community service organizations that work with the homeless and at-risk populations. Our primary aim is to partner with other non-profit groups-using a shared investment approach - in helping our neighbors in need improve their quality of life and achieve stability. We invest in our collaborative partners’ efforts via our in-kind contributions of construction services and they in turn can save their funding for the expansion of supportive social services and programs. Here is a sampling of our charitable construction projects. For a list of many of our partnering organizations, click here.
Repairs and upgrades to an emergency and transitional shelter for homeless women and their children in Southern Maryland.
Renovation and repair work at a transitional shelter for homeless women.
Renovation of a 14-unit apartment building for families transitioning out of homelessness.
Extensive renovation work on two buildings for a residential job-training program for at-risk youth.
Renovation work at 100-bed emergency and transitional shelter for homeless women and their children in Prince Georges County.
Enhancements to two group homes to make them accessible, functional and comfortable for its disabled residents.
Assistance with the renovation of a once-vacant and abandoned building that now houses mentally ill women with a history of homelessness.
Complete refurbishment of a supportive group home for mentally-challenged adults.
Permanent supportive housing for once chronically homeless, mentally ill women in the District.
Transitional housing in Prince George’s for torture survivors in the political asylum process.
Permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless families in Montgomery County.
HomeAid DC ESP retrofit at transitional youth home helps save thousands in energy costs