As one of the most comprehensive homeless service providers of the Greater Richmond Continuum of Care, HomeAgain received a $50,000 grant from the WTR Fund II, a component fund, of The Community Foundation Serving Richmond and Central Virginia. This grant is in support of HomeAgain’s mission to serve veteran clients experiencing a housing crisis.
“The Community Foundation has always been a vital partner in the success of HomeAgain and the clientele that we serve. We are so grateful for this grant. These funds show the continued commitment of the foundation,” our Director of Programs, Sean Monroe, said. “With this grant for veterans, we will offer quality services to our men and women who have served our country,” he added.
HomeAgain has 26 beds dedicated to veterans as we work assist them in setting goals, addressing barriers to employment, establishing financial security, and gaining housing.
HomeAgain provides a broad spectrum of services that help individuals and families achieve permanent housing. We ensure that clients receive the mainstream benefits to which they are entitled. Our organization’s core values include being housing-focused, client-centered, work-friendly, and volunteer-friendly.
The Community Foundation works closely with its donors and community partners to achieve its mission to serve and inspire philanthropy in all forms. This grant was given by the recommendation of an anonymous donor.