Repairing Homes / Restoring Hope
Home Works is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 1996. Our Mission is to show God's love by repairing homes of homeowners in need, assisting youth in their development, and empowering communities to meet the needs of their members. Individuals of all faith backgrounds are invited to join and share in this service of love, giving thanks to God for miracle after miracle.
Since Home Works began in 1996, more than 30,000 volunteers have joined to repair homes of and bring hope to more than 1,900 homeowners, typically individuals retired or disabled and living on less than $12,000 per year. Volunteers include youth and adults, skilled and unskilled, from a variety of faith backgrounds and organizations. Repairs are done at no cost to homeowners and are funded by hundreds of individual donors, foundations, and corporate sponsors. Home Works is also a United Way agency. Repairs are often done in collaboration with city and county governments.
Ask for Help
To qualify for assistance, applicants must:
1. be elderly or disadvantaged,
2. own and occupy the home to be repaired,
3. live in a location served by Home Works,
4. not share the home with adults who have earned income,
5. and meet certain HUD income guidelines.
For more detail and to download an application, click on Learn More
Works of love are always works of peace.
Whenever you share with others, you'll notice the peace that
comes to you and to them. Mother Teresa
Recent News Items
Home Works of America Flooding Response Posted Oct 06, 2015 By Jim Powell
Follow the link below: Home Works of America FLOODING RESPONSE
Home Works Participates in Midlands Gives on May 5th! Posted Apr 28, 2015 By Jim Powell
Midlands Gives is an online giving day on Tuesday, May 5th, and Home Works is again participating in this event. We are hoping to raise the funding
Prayer Walls Now Available for Viewing at This Site Posted Feb 25, 2015 By Darryl Williams
Do you remember writing on a prayer wall at a Home Works Event sometime during the last dozen years or so? If so, you may