HomeAid Sacramento

Reviewed by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation

66% complete

$10,000 Goal

HomeAid completed its first 25 years at the end of 2021 and looks forward to the next 25 years of building and renovating facilities for organizations who are serving the temporarily homeless in the Sacramento Metropolitan Area. HomeAid divides its work into BUILDS projects and CARES projects. BUILDS refers to new construction, whereas CARES projects typically involve repairing, remodeling, and sometimes removing existing structures that are no longer functional.  

In the spring of 2021 HomeAid completed a new construction BUILDS project on behalf of Powerhouse Ministries in Folsom, CA. The two new buildings enabled Powerhouse to double its capacity to serve women recovering from addictions, and their young children, in a residential treatment program setting. Another BUILDS project that completed the planning process in 2021 and is ready for construction as 2022 opens up is a laundry room/community room building at an apartment site for formerly homeless veterans and their families in Sacramento County, operated by Volunteers of America.

The other aspect of HomeAid, as noted above, is CARES. CARES projects typically involve repairs and replacements, collecting and donating items on a large scale, such as blankets (over 1,000) in the winter) to organizations serving the homeless, winter coats and shoes for kids, toiletries kits, etc.

Also under the heading of CARES are projects on behalf of care providers that do not involve new construction or add-ons, for example: roof repairs, water heater replacements, recarpeting, replacement of appliances and/or furniture, etc.

To reiterate, HomeAid works with and supports the organizations in the community that are providing direct support to homeless children, adults, elders and families. Often these providers have the wherewithal to support their mission of service, but not necessarily the means to maintain, repair, and replace when larger issues arise. That is the unique model of service provided by HomeAid Sacramento.


"We BUILD, We CARE, We PARTNER" is not only the motto, but the very spirit that drives the work of HomeAid Sacramento in its mission to create new opportunities and lives for the greater Sacramento region's homeless population. In partnership with the North State Building Industry Association (BIA) and its 500+ member companies, we are fiercely committed to positively affecting the lives of our region's temporarily homeless children, women, men, veterans, and families.


Contributions to our mission of providing dignified housing opportunities to those who need them are critical to building second chances. Your support makes it possible to apply our resources where they are needed the most, along with support for our project management teams, which ultimately spearhead the design and construction phases of the projects we take on.

Our shelter provider partners are in need of new or gently used essential housing items that help to liven up a new home. Our services are primarily focused on the renovation or construction of shelter facilities, but there is nothing like new furniture to offer a sense of dignity to those seeking to rebuild their lives. Please note that HomeAid itself is unable to accept donations of furniture or clothing, except on a limited, case by case basis. However, the shelter providers for whom we build facilities may require assistance with items needed to complete their new or renovated buildings, including such items as furniture, sheets and towels, bedding, etc. HomeAid can put you in touch with those service providers.

Please consider signing up for or supporting our CARES volunteer events, including "Painting a Better Tomorrow" events, and/or our Annual Spread the Warmth Blanket Drive. Given the scope of the work we engage in annually, we can always use more support and would be happy to discuss your involvement in any of these community uplift programs.

Equity Statement

Organization Data


Organization name

HomeAid Sacramento

other names

Shelter Providers of Sacramento

Year Established


Tax id (EIN)


Mission Category

Housing, Shelter

Operating Budget


Organization Need

Funding: Unrestricted, Funding: Other, Volunteers, In-Kind Donations, Funding: Program

Local Counties Served

El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento


1536 Eureka Road
Roseville, CA 95661

Service areas

Sacramento, CA, US

Placer, CA, US

Nevada, CA, US

El Dorado Hills, CA, US

Yolo County, CA, US





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