Charities Supported by the Home Builders Charitable Foundation

The Home Builders Charitable Foundation was created in 1997 with a mission of providing assistance in housing to people or organizations with special shelter needs.  To date, HBCF has provided over $2.6 million in funding to the following organizations:


Access-Able
Adapt-Ability
Angels Arms
Beyond Housing
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern MO
Boys and Girls Clubs of St. Charles County
Boys & Girls Town of MO
Boys Hope Girls Hope of St. Louis
Cardinal Ritter Senior Services
Caring Solutions
Carondelet Community Betterment Federation
Catholic Commission on Housing
Centenary Methodist Church/City of St. Louis
Community Living, Inc.
Covenent House of Missouri
DOORWAYS
Edgewood Children's Center
Family Support Services
Fisher House of St. Louis
Franciscan Connection
Gateways
Grand Rock Community Economic Dev. Corp.
Great Circle
Habitat for Humanity - St. Louis
Habitat for Humanity- St. Charles County
Hamilton Heights Neighborhood
Haven House St. Louis
Homes for Our Troops
Independence Center
Jefferson County Shelter Care
Lemay Housing Partnership
Life Skills Foundation
Little Sisters of the Poor
Living Well Foundation
Lutheran Family and Children's Services
Lutheran Ministries Association
Magnificat Center
Marygrove
Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.
New Life Evangelistic Center
North Grand Neighborhood Services
North Side Team Ministry
Our Lady's Inn
Paraquad
Places for People
Pruitt-Igoe Development Corp.
Rainbow Village
Rebuilding Together
Ronald McDonald House of Metro St. Louis
Salvation Army St. Charles County
Shalom House
Shelter the Children
St. Andrews Charitable Foundation
St. Anthony's de Greeff Hospice House
St. Louis Transitional Hope House
St. Vincent Home for Children
Sts. Joachim and Ann Care Service
Sun Ministries
The Friends of the Kathy J. Weinman Shelter
The Haven of Grace
The Loyal Order of Squirrels
The Women's Safe House
The Wyman Center
Today's Lost Children Ministries
U.S. Vets-St. Louis
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland
YouthBridge Family Community
Youth Emergency Service
Youth In Need
YWCA Metro St. Louis


In 1998, HBCF began a campaign to raise $1 million for the HBCF Endowment Fund.  By early 2000, pledges to the campaign surpassed the goal! 

To apply for funding, all requests must meet HBCF’s mission statement and must be sponsored by an HBA member.  Organizations applying for funding must also be a 501(c)(3) entity and may apply for funding only once per calendar  year.  It is a policy of the board to providing funding to organizations and not directly to individuals.  If your organization fits this criteria, please fill out the Request for Assistance Form.

For more information or to make a contribution, please contact Laura Rasch (314-817-5617)
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