Helping America's most vulnerable®

Our National Partners

  • Annie E. Casey

    The Volunteers of America / Annie E. Casey Foundation partnership has been in place for over a decade. The Foundation has been the primary supporter of the Look Up and Hope project, Volunteers of America’s work with children of incarcerated mothers. They continue to support our two-generation work and our commitment to evidence-based practice.

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  • Capital One

    Capital One Financial Corporation, headquartered in McLean, Va., is a Fortune 500 company offering a broad spectrum of financial products and services to consumers, small businesses and commercial clients. Capital One recognizes the need for quality, safe, affordable housing and the role that housing plays in neighborhood revitalization and economic recovery. Volunteers of America is one of the nation's leading housing organizations to receive $5 million in grants from Capital One Financial Corporation and the Capital One Foundation. The grants will help the organizations provide critical education and counseling services for homeowners and affordable housing residents in need.

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  • CBS EcoMedia

    Through their award-winning advertising programs, businesses provide financial support for critical, yet underfunded, education, wellness, veterans, and environmental initiatives. EcoMedia, a division of CBS, has turned the advertising landscape into a catalyst for tangible social change. Volunteers of America works with EcoMedia on a variety of projects to improve quality of life in communities across the country.

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  • The Home Depot

    Volunteers of America is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit organizations addressing veterans' needs. Nationally, it serves more than 40,000 homeless veterans each year in programs 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. 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. Together, we have been able to refurbish or build housing for more than 2,500 homeless veterans and many of their family members.

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  • HSBC

    HSBC, one of the world's largest banking and financial services organizations, has been connecting people to global opportunities since 1865. HSBC Bank USA has partnered with a number of nonprofit organizations to deliver programs that focus on education, community development and the environment. Through a mix of financial giving and employee volunteerism, HSBC Bank USA contributes to and works well with organizations that align with their goals. Their generous support has been invaluable in helping Volunteers of America move forward on expanding and enhancing the services we provide to veterans. With their help, we have launched a multi-year initiative to expand wraparound services for veterans, especially vulnerable veterans in targeted high-risk, high-need communities.

  • Juice Plus+

    Juice Plus+ ® has been a strong supporter of Volunteers of America since 1988. The generosity of Juice Plus+ and their employees helps deliver community programs that address today's most pressing social needs, from hunger to housing. We are grateful Juice Plus+ recently announced a goal to expand its philanthropic initiative through a commitment to donate 10 million Complete Shake Meals to nourish men, women and children across the country. This new commitment includes donations to 17 different affiliates. We are proud to partner with Juice Plus+ to serve America's most vulnerable.

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  • 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.

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  • Niagara Bottling

    Family owned and operated since 1963, Niagara Bottling is the largest private label bottled water supplier in the United States. Niagara Bottling and their philanthropic division, Niagara Cares, is committed to supporting local and national community initiatives by engaging stakeholders and investing its resources for vulnerable children and their families. Volunteers of America is working with Niagara Bottling to fund key improvements in our children and youth programs in their local communities.

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  • Scholastic

    Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, has partnered with Volunteers of America since 1999. Through the Scholastic Possible Fund, high-quality reading materials are provided to the nation's neediest young people. Volunteers of America local offices distribute large quantities of free Scholastic books in their programs and in their communities each year. Over seven million books have been donated to date in over 35 states. Scholastic’s goal is to ensure that each of its book donations has a significant impact on fostering literacy. Volunteers of America shares this goal by providing access to books for the children and families we serve and encouraging a love of reading. This and other programs, like Words Travel, exemplifies Scholastic and Volunteers of America’s commitment to enhancing the lives of children and families.

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What Our Partners Think

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Volunteers of America as we award our first grants through Niagara Cares. Niagara Bottling is committed to investing its resources into local communities to support children and families. Through Volunteers of America, we are able to support and empower those most vulnerable to help ease the challenges they face each day.”

Niagara Cares Director Kristen Venick

"We have witnessed first hand the good works that Volunteers of America does in our community. We know our contribution is well spent and that all donations are used to help Volunteers of America rebuild lives. We are behind them 100 percent."

Jeff Maddox and Bryan Beale, Owners, Maddox and Associates, APC

"As a long-time observer of Volunteers of America's activities, we have noticed not only the good deeds the organization performs, but how it conducts itself instinctively and resolutely, always taking the "high" road.

Charles Selcer, CPA, Schechter Dokken Kanter Andrews & Selcer

"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 underserved - 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 they do."

Deborah Schuna, CEO, Pathway Health Services

“What I like about working with Volunteers of America is The Home Depot values and their values are the same. When we do these projects, we bring the values to life and give hope to our communities and veterans.”

Jack Parker, Home Depot store manager

"Volunteers of America's commitment to helping those in need live healthy, happy and productive lives is one reason why I've continued to stay involved for more than 25 years... and I'm looking forward to continuing the great work moving forward."

Jay Martin, Juice Plus+ Founder and President

Thank You to Our Partners

We are deeply grateful to our partners for their generous contributions of time, goods and funds – all of which allows us to serve America's most vulnerable every day. Together, we address complex issues and successfully leverage our resources to provide essential programming and services. With support from our partners, we can continue to fund existing programs, and create new services in response to emerging needs – all with attention to both the quantity and quality of the assistance we provide.