Many ways to give. many ways to make a difference.
Each year Community Housing Network is able to help thousands of local families find safe, affordable housing thanks to the support of our community partners, funders and donors like you! Join us today to help make a difference in the lives of our neighbors in need.
Make a Donation
Your donation will help us continue to provide services and programs to our most vulnerable individuals and families. Your gift will help fill unmet gaps in funding and allow us to get families moved into their new homes as quickly as possible.
Host a Donation Drive!
Basic Necessities: Help us stock our storage room with basic necessities. These items are distributed directly to homeless individuals and to participants in our housing programs. Click below to find out how to organize a donation drive, what items are needed, and how to make it easy and fun!
Welcome Home Baskets: We provide welcome home baskets to each formerly homeless family when they move into their new home. The baskets are filled with cleaning supplies, paper products, laundry detergent, and more. We encourage you to be creative and make the baskets fun and unique.
Shop For A Cause
Amazon Wishlist: An easy way to donate is to shop online from our Community Housing Network Amazon Wishlist. Purchases made from the wish list can be delivered right to our doorstep — painless, fast, and easy. Household items and cleaning supplies will go directly to those we serve.
Kroger Community Rewards: Add Community Housing Network to your Kroger Community Rewards account to give back to CHN while you shop! Log into your account or create a new one to link to your Kroger card, then search for “Community Housing Network” or number (HM130).
Give Your Time!
Each year, hundreds of volunteers help our residents with a number of community improvement initiatives such as gardening and clean-up projects, events such as holiday parties and game nights, and coordinating “Welcome Home” baskets. With so many options, we need volunteers with a variety of skill sets and, most importantly, a desire to help.