HomeAid Northern California is an integral part of the fight to end homelessness. As a chapter of HomeAid America, a leading national non-profit for today’s homeless, we are committed to making a difference by building new lives for homeless families and individuals in Northern California through housing and community outreach. Formed in 1999, HomeAid Northern California has built or renovated 30 multi-unit shelters with 10 more underway.

Board Spotlight

Matt Beinke, Blackhawk Properties

Matt Beinke of Blackhawk Properties (pictured here with Layne Marceau of Shea Homes) has served as Chairman of HomeAid Northern California for the past 2 years and has served on the Board for 7 years. LEARN MORE

Volunteer Spotlight

Lissa and Roger Severe

Lissa Severe (pictured here with Dana Carvey and Tamara Notestine) and Roger Severe have been supporters of HomeAid Northern California for over 8 years. Roger introduces himself as “HomeAid’s Moving Company” since he has helped us with more than a few office moves and furniture moves. LEARN MORE


Oma Village with Homeward Bound

Richmond American Homes and The New Home Company have stepped up to support the building of Oma Village with HomeAid. Leaders of both companies also show their support by serving on the HomeAid Northern California Board of Directors. LEARN MORE


Essentials Drive for Mother's Day!

HomeAid Northern California will be hosting the annual “Essentials for Young Lives” Drive April 26 through May 7th. To give babies and mothers a helping hand, members of the building industry collect essentials for young lives including diapers, baby food and other essentials for moms and their babies. LEARN MORE

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