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2017 PARTNERSHIP SUMMARY FOR BUILDERS FIRSTSOURCE shootphotostudio shoot_photo
THANK YOU! As we reflect on the past year, we want to thank Builders FirstSource, your trade partners, supporters and staff who have worked passionately to support HomeAid America and numerous HomeAid chapters this past year. We are incredibly grateful for your Silver Level partnership and ongoing support of our mission of building new lives for America’s homeless through housing and community outreach. HomeAid has now completed more than 500 shelters around the country over its 29 year history, valued at over $230 million. Nearly 48 percent of this amount was donated in-kind by builders along with their trade partners and suppliers. Most importantly, our facilities have now housed more than 300,000 previously homeless people over the years. Our mission continues today, as there is still more to be done. Indeed, we currently have 60 new projects in various stages of development. Your renewed gift will help us to continue our work to build housing homeless families and individuals who have lost their safety net due to job loss, desertion, teen pregnancy, domestic violence, natural disasters and other circumstances beyond their control. Thank you again for your generosity and compassion for Americans experiencing homelessness. Sincerely,
Peter Simons, CEO Susan Blen, Stewardship Director
BOARD REPRESENTATION Chad Crow, President & CEO HomeAid America Board of Directors Member Jason Behunin, Director of Sales NW HomeAid Portland Board of Directors President
CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT HOMEAID NORTHERN VIRGINIA Community Lodgings Builders FirstSource contributed materials to the $861,000 project budget, contributing to the total in-kind project value of $415,000. Community HOMEAID Lodgings now has 26 additional beds to house ORANGE COUNTY families experiencing homelessness.
Brain Foundation Builders FirstSource contributed materials to the $34,465 renovation budget led by Builder Captain K. Hovnanian. The project will provide dignified housing for the homeless who are suffering from mental illness. In-kind contributions totaled over $26,000.
Cornerstones Under leadership of Builder Captain Miller & Smith, Builders FirstSource contributed in-kind donations for the 5 bed home that will serve homeless families. The project scope of work was valued at $70,000 with a100% in-kind donation rate.
Total In-Kind Donations: $10,154 Total Cash: $10,000 Gala Sponsorship
CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT HOMEAID COLORADO
HOMEAID ORANGE COUNTY
EFAA Project $7,437 in doors were provided for the Emergency Family Assistance Association Project dedicated on April 25, 2018. Over $400,000 in in-kind donations were made to this 30 bed facility that will house homeless families in Boulder, CO.
HomeAid Essentials With Builder First Source's support and participation the HomeAid Essentials Drive, HomeAid Colorado collected 200,000 diapers, 131,496 wipes and 16,532 fluid ounces of formula for homeless children, valued at $71,914.89.
HOMEAID TWIN CITIES MACV House for Veterans
Builders FirstSource contributed $10,006 in labor and materials for the 8 bed MACV House for homeless veterans and families, valued at $250,000.
CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT HOMEAID PORTLAND Clackmas Women's Services | Village of Hope
HOMEAID ORANGE COUNTY Village of Hope emergency shelter provides a safe place for women and children feeling their homes due to domestic violence, sexual assault/abuse, elder abuse, stalking or sexual trafficking or exploitation.
HOMEAID LOS ANGELES
-Project Value: $1,201,332 -In-kind Value: $584,109 -Beds Added: 16
BFS is donating product including framing and truss materials and framing labor valued at nearly $25,000 in donations.
Additional Participation: Building Hope Gala & Auction Sponsor Several teams attend and participate at the HBF Trap Shoot Jason Behunin, BFS, is in his second year as Board President
CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT HOMEAID ATLANTA Clifton Sanctuary Project Builders FirstSource/ProBuild donated windows for Clifton Sanctuary Ministries and discounted lumber amounting to: $1,800 worth of discounts for siding, house wrap and framing materials for the main building. The project will add 30 beds for homeless males.
Prior Participation: ProBuild was HomeAid Atlanta's Trade Partner of the Year for its support of Rainbow Village in 2014. ProBuild donated (or discounted) trusses, lumber, windows, and siding at a retail value of approximately $34,000 for the Rainbow Village project. $25,000 in Trusses, framing material and lumber was donated to the Phoenix Pass Community Center in 2010. ProBuild donated approximately $3,000 in slab materials and framing, cornice/siding and forming materials for the Drake House project. ProBuild has also donated or discounted small amounts of lumber for various Care Days in recent years with a value of approximately $3,000 total.