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.
Call for bids!
Oma Village will provide 14 apartments in Novato for formerly homeless working families. We need help today with bids to complete the project in early 2016. Calling all subcontractors who can help us. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help to build this much needed affordable housing. LEARN MORE
HomeAid Toy Drive Collects Hundreds of Toys!
Thank you to everyone who attended the Building Industry Association PASS Fall Reception and donated a toy for the children living at the Mission Solano and Teen Challenge shelters. You have brightened the holidays for the children living at the shelters. Thank you! LEARN MORE
Support homeless teens
XL Construction and Lennar Charitable Foundation are supporting the remodeling of the new DreamCatcher shelter for homeless teens in Oakland. Funding from the State of California and the City of Oakland will fund the gap to complete this shelter in 2016. Thank you to Alameda Family Services for the "Academy Award" for HomeAid! LEARN MORE
Supporting returning veterans
HomeAid joined Sentinels of Freedom and Dahlin Group Architects to celebrate the opening of the Veterans Resource Center at the College of Alameda and celebrated in Contra Costa County with the start of 3 more Veteran's Success Center at the 3 community colleges. It is the least we can do to support our returning veterans. LEARN MORE