Qualifying non-profit homeless service providers in Hawaii can apply to HomeAid Hawaii for professional building related assistance on projects related to housing or serving people experiencing homelessness. Applications can be for new construction or renovation to an existing facility. We also provide technical assistance, assessments, and pre-development assistance. Call or email us for more details on a qualifying project.
When HomeAid approves a project application, we look to building industry partners for their expertise and kokua. In addition to financial support provided to HomeAid Hawaii, building industry members and partners provide their services, labor, and materials pro-bono or deeply discounted to HomeAid projects. By leveraging financial donations with in-kind donations we are able to save homeless service providers over 90% in their development and construction costs. In terms of return on investment (ROI) and the retail value of our finished housing projects, the HomeAid model remains unparalleled in the non-profit world.
Tutu Bert's House
Specialty housing + health care operated by The Insittute for Human Services with The Queen's Medical Center.
Next Step Shelter
Emergency shelter + housing navigation services in urban Honolulu.
A drop-in center for keiki and youth experiencing homelessness on the streets, operated by Waikiki Health and Hale Kipa.
IHS Architectural Assessment
Professional analysis to assess a prospective real estate purchase to house people who experience chronic homelessness.
Ka'a'ahi Women and Family Shelter
This emergency shelter located in downtown Honolulu can host up to 66 single women and 100 families at capacity.
Veterans Engaged in Transition (V.E.T.) is a private 8 bed home for veterans to transition out of homelessness.
Residential Youth Services and Empowerment (RYSE) provides 24/7 access to support Hawaii's homeless youth.
Operated by Mental Health Kokua, Pauahi Hale provides shelter and support services to individuals, many who are elderly, experiencing persistent homelessness.
A safe haven for mothers with young children experiencing or at-risk of homelessness, Women's Way offers housing, health care, employment services and case management.
Operated by Ho'ola Na Pua, Pearl Haven is a live-in residential program for female youth who are homeless and victims of sex trafficking.
ALEA Bridge provides outreach, services, and housing support for neighbors experiencing homelessness in our rural communities.
A public-private partnership to develop master planned tiny home communities across the state for our neighbors experiencing homelessness.