Habitat for Humanity's Veterans Build program
Habitat for Humanity's Veterans Build is a national initiative aimed at providing homeownership, volunteer engagement, and employment opportunities to U.S. veterans, military service members and their families. Here’s a listing of the Habitat for Humanity affiliates that offer Veterans Build programs.
The Home Depot Foundation has generously funded critical repairs on the homes of veterans through Habitat for Humanity's Repair Corps Program since 2011. This program is open to all military veterans, provided they have received an honorable or general discharge, and it is not restricted to any specific veteran groups. While the primary focus of the program is on critical home repairs for veterans, the foundation has expressed their readiness to fund standard repairs on the homes of qualified veterans provided homes with critical needs take precedence.
We have Repair Corps Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the United States participating in the Repair Corps initiative; we would like to provide you a link that gives an overview of the program and provide a list of participating affiliates. Habitat for Humanity Repair Corps.
To find Local Affiliates, Volunteer Opportunities and, Events near you please visit: Habitat affiliates near you. For more information, visit -
USA Cares' Housing Assistance program has saved 1,200 military families from facing either foreclosure or eviction from their homes. The program became a reality after support for USA Cares came from the Homeownership Preservation Foundation in 2005. USA Cares also has strong relationships with Fannie Mae for their housing assistance program. For more information, visit -