Volunteer your expertise on a shelter-related project
As builders, our industry holds a key to preventing and ending homelessness. Through the Home Builders Care Foundation, we hope you will help us build to make a difference in the lives of others in need of a home in Maryland.
Our project selection focuses on increasing capacities and improving space at housing facilities, shelters and other community-based facilities where housing and supportive social services are delivered hand-in-hand.
In our communities, the need to build supportive housing and provide shelter for the homeless is continuous.
The Project Captain is the centerpiece of our program. It showcases our industry’s expertise and builds goodwill. For each project, we match our non-profit partnering organization with a home builder, developer, general contractor or trade partner (“Project Captain”) who spearheads a project along with an HBCF Board Member. The Foundation Director and the HBCF Board of Directors at large provide further project support. HBCF donations and other project contributions have historically covered most project costs. The Project Captain is rewarded with a tangible way to give back to the community by volunteering expertise. We all need your help.
Interested in helping? Please complete the form below to receive more information about how your company can get involved in a project.
Basic Project Captain Responsibilities:
Help develop and fine-tune the scope of work for the project
Involvement in charity work is a great motivating & team building opportunity for Project Captains, their staff and trade partners. We understand the time commitment necessary for Project Captains and deeply value these partnerships. HBCF, the Foundation Director, Board of Directors and the specific Board member assigned to the project support and collaborate with the Project Captain in the following ways:
We screen prospective shelter projects to ensure that the necessary funds and organizational stability are in place to ensure a successful project.