Building hope and homes for Houston's homeless families, children and veterans.

Homelessness is not a choice. It's not an identity. It is not a failure to work. It is a circumstance... and it is ongoing, affecting many different types of people in our community.  

HomeAid Houston, a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization sponsored by the Greater Houston Builders Association, identifies long term, stable homeless care providers who need additional capacity and pairs them with GHBA builders, remodelers, vendors and suppliers who donate their time, materials and labor to help build hope and homes for the homeless.  

Visit the web page of HomeAid Houston's largest donor, the Benefit Homes Project, a Greater Houston Builders Association charity to learn more about its history and impact on the community.

Now, more than ever, we need your help to house the homeless

As Houston and the surrounding areas cope with the ongoing effects of the hurricane, we are reminded of how vulnerable parts of our population are and how they need our help. It is estimated our homeless population has grown from 6500 to over 40,000. HomeAid Houston has partnered with The Greater Houston Builders Association and Rooftec to repair roof damage that HomeAid's homeless care providers experienced as a result of Hurricane Harvey. Please consider giving to HomeAid, as we move forward in this time of great need in our city. (credit for photograph:wyetred1) LEARN MORE

Our core values matter during Harvey recovery

As we focus our efforts to helping our homeless neighbors recover and heal, our core values have become an even more important beacon and guide for us. LEARN MORE

HomeAid Houston's 2016 Annual Report is available!

Learn more about our agency -- the projects we worked on, our financials, our marketing efforts, who serves on our board, who our partners are! LEARN MORE

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