Our Partners

American Red Cross

American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters.

Community Solutions

Community Solutions deploys tools from multiple sectors to work towards a future without homelessness.

Gary Sinise Foundation

Gary Sinise Foundation honors defenders, veterans, first responders and their families

Habitat for Humanity International

A program that provides Habitat affiliates with the resources to repair the homes of veterans and their families.

Housing Assistance Council

Supports the development of rural low-income housing nationwide. 

Jared Allen's Homes for Wounded Warriors

Supports injured veterans by building and remodeling handicap accessible homes.

Meals on Wheels America

Meals on Wheels America is dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger.

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans

NCHV is recognized as the nation’s leading authority on homeless veterans issues.

Operation Homefront

Provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of service members and wounded warriors.

Purple Heart Homes

Provides housing solutions to service connected disabled veterans and their families.

Semper Fi Fund

Provides immediate financial assistance and lifetime support for wounded, critically ill and injured members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families.

Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation

Founded by the family of a a heroic New York City firefighter who lost his life saving others on 9/11.

Student Veterans of America

Provides military veterans with the resources and support needed to succeed in higher education and after graduation.

Team Rubicon

Unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams.

Volunteers of America

One of the largest nonprofit providers of affordable housing in the U.S. with a focus specifically on veterans, low-income families with children, the disabled and senior citizens.

Housing Assistance Council

Founded in 1971, the Housing Assistance Council (HAC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with headquarters in Washington, DC.  Regional offices are in Georgia, Missouri, New Mexico, and California.

The only national housing and community development intermediary devoting all its resources to rural America, HAC is not a membership organization and works with all.

While working in every state and several territories, wherever rural need is found, HAC also has a special focus on the most underserved, highest need groups and regions, including Appalachia, the border colonias, the Mississippi Delta and Southeast, Indian country, and farmworker areas.

The Home Depot Foundation has very generously supported HAC's work with rural veterans.  That work includes extensive data analysis and publication of a detailed report on rural veterans and their housing needs; loans and grants made to support affordable housing projects for such veterans; other grants vetted and recommended to the Foundation; training conferences in Iowa, Arizona and D.C.; a Capitol Hill symposium on rural veterans; other publications; and other work.

All of this activity is focused on developing, preserving, or repairing affordable homes for low- and moderate-income rural veterans, and on raising veterans' issues in the rural housing community.  HAC is also focused on all affordable housing for veterans -- the homeless and near homeless, seniors, homeowners needing repairs, homeowners facing eviction, potential homeowners, and all kinds of renters.

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