This is HomeAid:
It acts as the liasion between service providers, volunteers, builders and contractors to build or renovate housing for the homeless. To date, HomeAid has 25 service provider partners and has built 43 developments that serve victims of domestic violence, pregnant homeless women, abused and abandoned children, homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS and homeless families.
Follow-up Care and MaintenanceModeled after the Housing Development program, HomeAid continues to support their service provider partners by returning to completed houses and developments to repair and maintain them.
Project PlayhouseHomeAid's largest fundraiser is Project Playhouse, held annually in various locations throughout the U.S. Professionally designed, engineered and constructed child-sized homes are displayed and auctioned to raised funds to build housing for temporarily homeless people.
There are now 11 Project Playhouse events across the U.S. benefiting HomeAid chapters. They are: Atlanta; Chicago; Dallas; Houston; Inland Empire, CA; Las Vegas; Los Angeles / Ventura; New York; Orange County; San Diego and Washington,D.C.