HomeAid Houston, a 501 (c) (3) charity of the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA), has developed a unique program that offers companies the opportunity to give back to the community in a way that best suits their business. A HomeAid Hero decides how they would like to contribute by either donating a preset amount every time they celebrate a business milestone, whether it’s the sale of a home, a window installation, closing of a mortgage, etc. or simply donating a certain amount each quarter or year. Funds raised go toward HomeAid’s major construction or remodeling projects.
Zonda, is one such organization that is a HomeAid Hero. The company is an authority on the residential construction real estate and housing market through advising and connecting the next generation of housing industry experts, leveraging the information, insights and people that move the industry forward. Zonda makes getting actionable and critical housing information easy by providing real estate data, advisory services, and insights all under one roof.
“Zonda has been a supporter of HomeAid, not only as a Hero but through sponsorships of HomeAid events,” said Carole Brady, executive director of HomeAid Houston. “They also have a presence on our board of directors. Their commitment is heartfelt, and is allowing us to move forward on several construction projects this year.”
Another HomeAid Hero is Houston Window Fashion, a full-service window coverings consultation and installation company that was founded in 2002. Houston Window Fashion is a full-service window coverings provider for many of Houston’s homes and buildings, including K-12, government, healthcare, custom and production homebuilders, multi-family development and management companies throughout our region.
“Houston Window Fashions has always been a strong supporter of charitable organizations,” said Nicole Jacob, HomeAid president. “We are honored to have them as a Hero that is making a difference in the lives of those facing homelessness in our community.”
HomeAid Houston was started in 2003. The agency builds and remodels homeless shelters for its homeless care agencies. The first shelter was dedicated in 2005. Since then, over 70 projects have been completed, adding and impacting 1800 beds and providing over 1.3 million nights of sleep. This is a 15.8 million dollar added value in housing and improvements. Annually, HomeAid’s projects serve over 5000 homeless men, women, children and veterans in Houston.
For more information visit www.homeaidhouston.org or call 281-970-8970.