Home Depot—well known for being a hub of home improvement goods with many locations across the U.S could be a great match for your nonprofit organization. Learn more about what types of charitable community involvement The Home Depot participates in below.
The Home Depot Foundation’s Veteran Housing Grants Program awards grants to nonprofit organizations specifically for the new construction or rehabilitation of permanent supportive housing for veterans. Awards typically range from $100,000 to $500,000.
To qualify for this program, organizations must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and have previous experience of developing or owning veteran housing. Priority is given to organizations based in large cities.
For more information on how to apply for this grant program, click here.
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The Home Depot Foundation focuses on supporting veteran causes, closing the labor gap, and rebuilding after natural disasters.
The Foundation has invested over $400 million and pledges to invest half a billion dollars to veterans causes by 2025, and has improved more than 50,000 veteran homes and facilities. Read more about their commitment to veterans here.
The Home Depot has pledged $50 million in skills training through Path to Pro, which offers many programs including training for existing service members, high school and youth programs, training and certification for underserved communities, and scholarships. Read more about Path to Pro here.
Through its nonprofit partners, The Home Depot is able to provide impacted communities with supplies through preventatively distributing relief supplies before natural disasters as well as continuing to support nonprofits in natural disaster impacted areas. Read more about their disaster relief efforts here.
Recently The Home Depot has partnered up with the nonprofit World Central Kitchen in Jackson, Mississippi, where children have started school without access to clean drinking water. Together they are designing and building a water distribution manifold to make safe drinking water easily accessible for both students and staff. Read more about this project here
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