Homes 4 the Homeless

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Keeping Low-Income Renters in their Homes

One way to help alleviate homelessness is to keep vulnerable populations from losing theirs. This is

Congratulations to Volunteer Wayne Kleefeld, the new CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County

— We are proud to report that our volunteer and Advisory Board member Wayne Kleefeld has been name

Churches step in to find innovative housing for the unsheltered

The phrase in homelessness circles, “Not in my backyard” has a response from church congregations

Homeless housing in Los Angeles costing $750,000 per unit

Everyone agrees, the cost of housing is far too high.  Late last year, auditors in Los Angeles sound

WANTED: Donations of Building Materials for Tiny House Trailers

Long the toy of vacationers and retirees, travel trailers in recent years have unfortunately become t

10 Types of Innovation: The Visual Capitalist Infographic

There is a constant need for inspirational reading these days as we roll up our sleeves and work towa

Ben Bartlett: “The stakes are our freedom!”

Protests across the country over the death of George Floyd have highlighted continuing racial discrep

NextGear: How a Natural Disaster Sparked the Idea for a Nonprofit

Steven Schneider is no newcomer to the automotive industry. He started out as an automotive detailer

Thanks to Joe Moore for the shipping container donation

Big thanks to our board member Joe Moore of Joe Moore Painting & Roofing Windsor, California for the

Thank You, Workshop Architects!

A big thank you is in order. What started as a chance meeting with an architect has catapulted Homes