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WHO WE ARE

HomeAid Hawaii is a 501(c)(3) non-profit comprised of Hawaii's developers, members of the building industry, and industry related fields. We partner with non-profit service providers and provide pro-bono assistance to address homelessness. With a start up grant from Howard Hughes Corporation's Ward Village Foundation, additional private funds were raised by founding board members and HomeAid Hawaii was created in July 2015.

HOMEAID HAWAII FOUNDERS

HOWARD HUGHES CORPORATION

ALEXANDER & BALDWIN

BROOKFIELD RESIDENTIAL HAWAII

CASTLE AND COOKE HAWAII

EAH HOUSING

FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK

GENTRY HOMES

LUCIEN WONG

MITCH IMANAKA

OLIVERMCMILLAN

STANFORD CARR DEVELOPMENT

CLICK HERE FOR OUR CURRENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

WHAT WE DO

Through the generosity of Hawaii’s builders, their trade partners, financial institutions, private foundations, and the public, HomeAid Hawaii supports our non-profit sector, as well as government and community partners, to help house the more than 6,500 individuals and families experiencing homelessness on our streets today. In our first four years, we have provided over $500,000 in professional labor, materials, and services to address homelessness in our local communities through financial and in-kind donations via our Housing and Outreach Programs.

Established in 2015, HomeAid Hawaii is a 501(c)-3 non-profit created and funded by developers and building industry partners. We build and renovate shelters, properties, and housing options owned, operated, or managed by qualifying local non-profits who provide housing or services for individuals, families, and youth experiencing homelessness in Hawaii. We work with our local building and development industry professionals to provide discounted or pro-bono labor, supplies, and materials for approved projects in our Housing Program. HomeAid Hawaii also provides community support through our Outreach Program which includes hygiene kits, comfort kits, work ready kits, community engagement and development, events, programs, and partnerships.

HomeAid Hawaii is the 17th Chapter of HomeAid America, which was founded in 1989 by the Orange County chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California. There are 19 HomeAid chapters serving communities across the country.