Home Depot Foundation

The Home Depot Foundation Invests $150,000 to Support Homeless Veterans in Milwaukee

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July 2, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The Home Depot Foundation announced today it has invested $150,000 to renovate Vets Place Central, a Center for Veterans Issues housing facility that provides 76 transitional residential units for veterans experiencing homelessness.  

The Home Depot Foundation and the Center for Veterans Issues will retrofit the units with renewed amenities to provide a safe, comfortable place that veterans can call home. The funds will help with renovations and upgrades to the flooring, mechanical features and bathrooms.  

The Home Depot Foundation Commits $375,000 to Combat Veteran Homelessness in Baltimore

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The Home Depot Foundation announced today its commitment of $375,000 to create additional housing for those experiencing and at-risk of homelessness in Baltimore in partnership with Project PLASE (People Lacking Ample Shelter and Employment) and Beacon Communities LLC. The new units will provide transitional housing and access to critical support services.  

The Home Depot Foundation Invests $400,000 to Provide Housing for Homeless Veterans in Los Angeles

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The Home Depot Foundation today announced its commitment of $400,000 to provide 136 permanent supportive housing units and critical support services for veterans experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles, in partnership with Step Up on Second Street.

The funds will enable Step Up to renovate a former motel to become the area’s newest veteran housing facility, where clients will have access to counseling, treatment and other services vital to help veterans transition to civilian life. The facility is projected to open to its first residents in September 2021.

The Home Depot Foundation Announced a $600,000 Grant to U.S.Vets to Combat Veteran Homelessness

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The Home Depot Foundation today announced its commitment of $600,000 to support two housing facilities in Phoenix and Riverside, California.

In Phoenix:

The Home Depot Foundation will invest $300,000 to provide housing and access to critical supportive services for more than 180 homeless and at-risk veterans in Maricopa County, in partnership with U.S.VETS.

2020 Increase in Veteran Homelessness Sparks Incremental Funding

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June 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - In 2020, veteran homelessness increased for the first time in several years, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on this vulnerable population has yet to be fully measured. By working with nonprofit organizations across the nation, The Home Depot Foundation aims to reverse this troubling trend and ensure our nation’s heroes have access to secure and reliable housing

The Home Depot Foundation Invests More Than $1.4 Million to Support Affordable Housing Across Atlanta

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June 16, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Today, The Home Depot Foundation announced it has invested an additional $1.4 million among Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, HouseProud Atlanta and Quest Community Development, in support of affordable housing for veterans and residents in Atlanta. Together with these hometown nonprofit partners, the Foundation will continue its mission to provide critical home repairs and supportive affordable housing for under-resourced communities. 

The Home Depot Foundation Partners With Girl Scouts of the USA to Launch Skilled Trades Training Program for Young Women

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June 8, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The Home Depot Foundation today announced a new strategic partnership with Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) to provide introductory trades training experience and career education for young women.  

The Home Depot Foundation Expands Trades Training Initiatives With Path to Pro Scholarship Program

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The Home Depot Foundation is expanding its $50 million trades training commitment with the launch of the Path to Pro scholarship program to train the next generation of skilled tradespeople.

The scholarship program will grant $250,000 in financial assistance to high school seniors and graduates entering or currently enrolled in building construction trade programs.

The Home Depot Partners With Habitat for Humanity to Help Communities Bring on Spring

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The Home Depot®, the world's largest home improvement retailer, announced today its partnership with Habitat for Humanity International to empower communities to Bring on Spring. Providing more than $200,0000 in products, The Home Depot will give Habitat for Humanity organizations across the country the tools needed to help local communities tackle spring DIY projects and neighborhood revitalization efforts. 

Nonprofit Partner Spotlight: Atlanta Habitat for Humanity

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The Home Depot Foundation is shining a light on organizations and leaders they work with who are creating more equitable futures for those in underserved communities. Since 1989, The Home Depot has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to revitalize neighborhoods through affordable homeownership. The first cities to benefit from this partnership were Atlanta, Dallas, Tampa and Miami.  

Lisa Y. Gordon, president and CEO of Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, uses her background in urban development and local government to help create growth opportunities throughout Atlanta.  

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