Building new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.
“To play a vital role in the elimination of homelessness”Learn More
Mark your calendars for our 2nd Annual STEP UP! Walk to End Homelessness set for this fall. Take a look at last year’s recap video to get excited!More
In early July 2020, a brush fire in Niland, CA, (Imperial County) swept through a neighborhood destroying over 40 homes. With temperatures over 105 daily and the continued threat of COVID, HomeAid San Diego reached out to provide relief.More
HomeAid San Diego recently announced that it has appointed Jamie Prevost, Chief Executive Officer and President of Prevost Construction, Inc., to the Board of Directors. This appointment is effective immediately and increases the HomeAid San Diego Board of Directors to 19.
Service Provider: TERI, Inc.
Population Served: Developmentally disabled children and adults with Autism
Builder Captain: PRAVA Construction, Cushman Wakefield and Ware Malcomb
Start Date: Summer 2020
Thank you to everyone that STEPPED UP to help end homelessness in San Diego on Oct. 27, 2019 at our inaugural 5k Walk to End Homelessness!More
Thank you for joining us at “Rey of Hope,” in celebration of 15 years of ‘building new lives for homeless families and individuals.’
“Rey of Hope” was our most successful fundraising event to date, netting nearly $50,000 for our Housing Development Program.
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HomeAid San Diego’s Noah Homes Memory Care Homes project was selected as the Gold Nugget winner in the category of “Best Service Enriched Senior Community,” beating out five other amazing projects. HomeAid San Diego is honored to receive the “Gold Nugget” award, one of the most prestigious design awards in the nation, and we…More
Thank you to Bank of America Merrill Lynch for sponsoring 100 HomeAid CareKits and to all of the employees who volunteered their time to make a positive impact in our community.
The kits were delivered to the folks residing at Alpha Project’s downtown encampment shelter, which is temporarily housing 325 people.
For information on how you or your company can get involved in this community outreach initiative, click ‘MORE’ below.