The Home Depot is dedicated to improving the homes of U.S. military veterans and we have partnered with them to provide quality homes to veterans and their families nationwide. Since 2011, The Home Depot Foundation has given nearly $10 million to Volunteers of America to improve housing solutions for homeless veterans and their families.
Become a Corporate Partner
At Volunteers of America, we believe in the power of the human spirit to change the world.
We place a high value on listening to communities and being a good steward and neighbor—and we help millions of people rebuild their lives every year in more than 400 communities across the country. Corporations can make a lasting impact in the lives of those in need through a partnership with Volunteers of America. Donating goods, time, and funds to Volunteers of America is one way corporate philanthropic partners reach and uplift those in need in communities across the nation.
Increasingly, corporations are finding that their bottom lines lie at the intersection of business objectives and community support. Through authentic relationships with committed organizations like Volunteers of America, our corporate philanthropic partners help hundreds of individuals and communities where they conduct business.
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Meet Some of Our Philanthropic Partners
Through their EcoAd program, an innovative twist on traditional advertising, advertisers are able to support local environmental projects. EcoMedia has turned the advertising landscape into a catalyst for tangible social change. Volunteers of America works with EcoMedia, a division of CBS, on environmental improvement projects in our low-income housing nationwide.
Major League Baseball Players Trust
The Major League Baseball Players Trust and Volunteers of America work together to benefit people in need and encourage others to get involved to help children, at-risk youth and families. The partnership has resulted in a youth volunteer initiative in which players lead local Action Teams whose mission is to inspire high school students to become volunteers in their communities.
“All of us at Pathway Health Services are inspired by the mission of Volunteers of America on a daily basis. Reaching and uplifting – serving those who are under served – this is a mission that we believe in. It is an honor for us to support and work with Volunteers of America to advance the important work that it does.”
Deborah Schuna, CEO, Pathway Health Services