To accomplish our mission of building and renovating housing for homeless men, women, and children, HomeAid Colorado identifies effective nonprofit providers serving those experiencing homelessness and works with them to renovate their existing facilities or to build new housing that will either add more or preserve existing shelter beds. To be eligible for a HomeAid Colorado project, a nonprofit Service Provider must provide social services and support that enable families and individuals to move beyond their situation, transform their lives, restore their self worth, and regain self-sufficiency.
To qualify for assistance as a HomeAid Colorado project, a nonprofit Service Provider must have a program based within Colorado and at a minimum must also have:
- A mission to assist the homeless
- Strong community and political support
- A good track record of enabling clients to attain a stable lifestyle and obtain long-term independent housing
- Operational funding in place to support client programs
- Capital funds available or the capability to raise the necessary funding to ensure completion of the project
Each of our Nonprofit Partner is carefully evaluated to determine that each project will be well maintained and used for programs that has demonstrated success in supporting its clients in rebuilding their lives.
Are you a nonprofit care provider looking for construction assistance to expand your current programming? For more information on collaborative projects and how HomeAid Colorado can help you fulfill your mission of supporting Colorado’s homeless, please download and complete the Qualifying Questionnaire for Nonprofits here.
Many of our previous and current nonprofit partners are highlighted below.
Colorado Homeless Families
Partners in Housing
Denver Children’s Home
Volunteers of America
Alternative Homes for Youth
Third Way Center
Safe Shelter of Vrain Valley
Interfaith Hospitality Network
Third Way Center
Boys Hope Girls Hope
Denver Rescue Mission
Hope House of Colorado
Mountain States Children’s Home