- March 4th Event
- Birthday Bash
- Fundraising thru Amazon
- July 2019 News & Herald
- 12.12 Humanitarian Award
- QC Nerve Article on HAF
- Observer Article 2.24
Have you marked your calendars to come learn more about why Home Again Foundation is the game changer for the Charlotte community? You will be able to speak with our President, Development Partner, Housing and Program Officer, Board Members, Marketing and Fundraising Managers on affordable homes, how we are creating sustainable homes and growth for our residents, and most importantly creating new beginnings! #Homeless #Charlotte #AffordableHousing #Sustainability #EndHomelessness
We cannot thank the Charlotte Community enough for coming out and supporting us during our Housing and Sustainability Showcase! We are so blessed to have had so many organizations, individuals and delegates come to learn more about our cause. Thank you for believing in our mission and wanting to give the homeless and those who are at risk of becoming homeless an opportunity to be provided with a safe place to call home, the dignity of a new beginning, and the hope of a new future! Stay tuned for our ribbon cutting ceremony in the upcoming months! #HAF #endinghomelessness #charlotte #affordablehousing #sustainability #sustainableliving
As Adrienne Clarkson once said “Each of us is carving a stone, erecting a column, or cutting a piece of stain glass in the construction of something that is much bigger than ourselves.” We at Home Again believe in assisting our fellow people in creating a new beginning and restoring their pride and dignity. Which is why we are excited to announce that we had our groundbreaking on our next project which will include 8 cottages!
Home Again Foundation will receive 10% ticket proceeds when tickets are purchased through the following link.
On the 10th of October 2020 people around the world will mark World Homeless Day in many varied ways and change the lives of homeless people...
We are sure many of you recognize Eric! Eric was the Chief Meteorologist for WBTV over the past 33 years between 1988 and 2021. Since retiring, Eric has been fulfilling his dream of telling stories. He is a man of many talents and has a heart of gold!