Housing for Health & Justice Fund
Volunteers of America National Services (VOANS) announced that it has established a Housing for Health & Justice Fund to leverage the assets and expertise of VOANS to advance the solution to the national housing crisis of housing and health injustices. VOANS intends to raise $25 million of flexible, catalytic capital to support the organization’s commitment to improving the health and wellness of vulnerable Americans where they live—by providing a stable, safe, and long-term affordable housing solution.
Good Partners Make all the Difference
VOANS partners with companies, foundations, and individuals who share similar values and want to make an impactful investment to transform lives by providing safe, stable housing in vibrant communities. With the support of many, we can bring together ideas, education, and resources necessary to elevate how and where families live. Housing is critical, but it needs happy, healthy people living within its four walls to be home. Together we can make it a home.
How to Make A Difference
- Make a Donation Today
- Skilled Volunteering
- Event-Driven Fundraising
- Employee Giving Program
- University Programs & Internships
If you or your company is interested in partnering, please email LLove-Butler@voa.org
Browse VOANS’ current partners in the alphabetized list below.
American Association of Service Coordinators
Bank of America
Bank of the West
Calvert Impact Capital
Capital Magnet Fund
Chicago Low-Income Housing Trust Fund
Choice Property Resources
DHA Housing Solutions for North Texas
Enterprise Community Investment
Enterprise FB Housing Fund I, LLLP
Housing Authority of Joliet
Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver
Housing Catalyst (City of Fort Collins Housing Authority
Hunt Capital Partners
Key Community Development Corp.
Leading Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST)
LeadingAge LTSS Center at UMass Boston
Maddox and Associates
MRI Real Estate Software
Myan Management Group
National Affordable Housing Trust
National Equity Fund, Inc.
Smith and Nephew
State of Colorado and Denver Housing Authority
Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future
Sugar Creek Capital
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
VRBC (Voight Rohde Boxeth Coffin)