Donate to Homeless Children

Children are a community’s most vulnerable population; in fact, the average age of a homeless person in Massachusetts is only 8 years old.

A donation to Housing Families helps homeless children and strengthens our community.

Donating online is fast, easy, and secure. Choose the Donate button below and make a one-time contribution or set up recurring payments. Visa and Mastercard are accepted.

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Mail your check to the following address:
Housing Families Inc.
354 Cross Street
Malden, MA 02148

 

 

Did you know?

Children experiencing homelessness have twice the rate of learning disabilities as non-homeless children.1 Your donation of $25 is enough to provide over an hour of advocacy for a child who struggles to keep up in school. Our Educational Specialist creates individualized academic plans to help children improve grades and succeed in school.

For every 100 extremely low-income renter households, there are only 30 affordable and available rental homes.2 Approximately 99% of the families we serve have an income of less than $30,000. Your donation of $100 is enough to provide a month of case management services to ensure that all of our families attain permanent housing.

See if your company provides a corporate matching gift, to help maximize your donation.

Memorial and Tributary Gifts

Your memorial or tribute gift can honor a loved one and provide essential help to low-income families towards sustaining homes of their own.

Donations can be made:

  • In honor of a friend or loved one.
  • In memory of a loved one.
  • To celebrate special occasions.
  • As a holiday gift.

When making your gift, please provide the name of your friend or loved one and the occasion the donation is honoring. Honorees, family members or specified recipients will be notified of your generosity with a personalized thank you letter.

Housing Families is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

1 National Center on Family Homelessness, 1999.
2 National Low Income Housing Coalition