Helping to Rebuild the homes of Veterans and their Families
Since 2011, we have partnered with The Home Depot to improve the homes and lives of U.S. military veterans and their families nationwide.
Since 2011, The Home Depot Foundation has given more than $11 million to Volunteers of America to improve housing solutions for homeless veterans and their families. The partnership between the two organizations has funded more than 73 veterans’ housing projects, providing more than 2,500 units for veterans, including more than 400 units specifically for women veterans and their families. Projects included housing in Alabama, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, and Washington.
In addition, Team Depot, The Home Depot’s associate-led volunteer force, has completed countless projects in partnership with Volunteers of America affiliates across the country.
Volunteers of America’s partnership with The Home Depot is part of the company’s nationwide commitment to improving the homes and lives of U.S. military veterans and their families. In the last four years, Team Depot has transformed more than 17,000 homes for veterans and their families with the support of more than $85 million in donations from The Home Depot Foundation.
Partnership News and Success Stories
- Home Depot Spruces Up Local Baton Rouge Affordable Housing Apartments
- Home Depot Volunteers Improve Senior Housing Community in Loudon, NH
- Home Depot Volunteers Improve Veteran’s Transitional Home in Billings, MT
- The Home Depot Foundation Supports “A Cabin in the Woods” Veterans’ Project
- The Home Depot Foundation Announces Grant to Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans to Provide Veterans Housing
- The Home Depot Foundation Pledges Quarter of a Billion Dollars to Veteran-Related Causes by 2020
- The Home Depot Foundation Pledges More Than $1.75 Million to Volunteers of America to Provide Homes and Services to Veterans
- Home Depot Renovates Veteran Home So He Can Continue To Live Independently
- From Homelessness to a Stable Life Filled with Possibilities
- Providing Stability for a Veteran and Her Kids
- “We went through a very hard and long 2 years homeless.”
- Army Veteran Saved from Homelessness and Reunited with His Three Sons
- Volunteers of America of Florida and The Home Depot Join Forces to Repair Affordable Housing
- The Home Depot Assists During Hurricane Katrina Commemoration Events
- The Home Depot Participates in Panel Discussion “The Wages of Valor: Economic and Employment Challenges Facing America’s Veterans”
- The Home Depot Foundation Provides Volunteers of America with Almost $1.8 Million to Provide Homes and Services to Veterans in Need
- The Home Depot Foundation Participates in Volunteers of America’s “After the Uniform 2014: Responding to America’s Women Warriors” Panel Discussion
- With Assistance from The Home Depot Foundation, Volunteers of America, the Largest Provider of Veterans Services, Offers Insight on Returning Women Veterans
- From Homelessness to a Master’s Degree: The Impact of The Home Depot Foundation on a Veteran’s Life
- The Home Depot Beautifies Clermont Commons, Transitional Homes for Female Veterans
- What’s Orange and White and Loves Stars and Stripes? – The Home Depot Foundations Helps Transform Sprawling Veterans’ Service Center Property
- Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Women Veterans Allows for Self-Sufficiency
- “I was surprised they had a place like this for veterans.” – veteran suffering from PTSD at a program The Home Depot Foundation helps fund
- The Home Depot Renovates Shelter for Homeless Female Veterans and Battered Women and Children