Building Better Communities
Home Builders Care Arizona

Building Better Communities

Over the past two decades, Home Builders Care has donated money, materials and labor totaling nearly $2.5 million to numerous Valley nonprofits.

Recent Projects

Our current focus is on workforce development. Our most recent fundraiser wrapped up at the end of May and raised nearly $50,000.

501(c)(3) charity

Home Builders Care Arizona, a 501(c)(3) charity sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona (HBACA).

About Home Builders Care

Home Builders Care Arizona, a 501(c)(3) charity sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona (HBACA), is dedicated to building better communities through fundraising efforts and community service projects which benefit women, men and children who are trying to rebuild their lives. All monies raised through the organization go directly to charities, with administrative costs borne by the HBACA.

Helping Hand in the Community

Over the past two decades, Home Builders Care has donated money, materials and labor totaling nearly $2.5 million to numerous Valley nonprofits including:

  • Sojourner Center
  • Homeward Bound
  • YWCA Haven House
  • Save the Family Foundation
  • Chrysalis Center
  • Child Crisis Center East Valley
  • Florence Crittenton Living and Learning Home
  • Encanto School After School Program
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix
  • Adopt a Family with Tempe School District & Desert Mission Food Bank
  • Maricopa County Juvenile Detention Book Drive
  • Teach for America
  • Maricopa County Human Services Campus
  • VA Hospital - Compensated Work Therapy Program
  • Power Paws Assistance Dogs, Inc.
  • Arizona Science Center “Many Hands Make a Home” Exhibit
  • Arizona Community Foundation’s Yarnell Hill Recovery Fund

Home Builders Care by the Numbers

Valley Nonprofits

Home Builders Care has donated money, materials and labor to numerous Valley nonprofits.

Million Donated

Home Builders Care has donated money, materials and labor totaling nearly $2.5 million.

Jobs

Home Builders Care programs helped over 150 people find jobs in 2016.

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