Home for the Homeless
Our Home for the Homeless initiative aims is to help homeless individuals and low-income families achieve sustainable independence through a social enterprise and community-based humanitarian action response.
Sometimes, the homelessness is due to poverty and the other times it is because of health issues or family conflicts. We also need special shelters for poor, family, women, mentally challenged and physically challenged persons. These special shelters should not be for winters only but should be operational for whole year.
Poverty linked homelessness is a complex problem. It won’t yield to a simple solution. It requires an integrated approach that reaches beyond immediate needs.
We work with the local governments and initiate coordinated local efforts that bring communities together to help homeless individuals and families regain their dignity through providing them safe transient housing through advocacy and facilitation at our managed Homes for the Homeless..
We provide a way to help
Majority of us are a compassionate people. Enormous numbers of people would help their neighbors in need if they had a way to help. We bring people in need together with people who want to help. We provide the framework that turns compassion into action.
Our vision is a nation in which every family has a home, a livelihood, and the chance to build a better future.
Home for the Homeless initiative is a social enterprise approach focusing on urban poverty issues (including slums and social housing)
The night shelters provide all facilities – Drinking water, toilets, electricity, blankets, heaters and medicines to all. Crowding and sanitation issues are controlled.
Our team and volunteers empower compassionate individuals
The issue can seem overwhelming and individuals may feel powerless to change the lives of people in poverty. Working together, with partners and individual volunteers, we provide temporary housing, meals, and services to the homeless. Our members and volunteers mentor at-risk individuals and families. They teach financial literacy. They help support them find jobs and affordable housing. They create programs to meet specific needs in their communities. And they advocate for public initiatives that alleviate poverty and promote the economic stability of low-income individuals and families.