Our Housing Initiatives

Everyone deserves a safe place to call home.

Aligned with one of our four Areas of Giving, Shelter, we support nonprofit initiatives that assist family and domestic violence shelters, youth shelters, families and individuals experiencing homelessness, housing for low-income families (such as Habitat for Humanity), and programs that provide home assistance and repairs for seniors and veterans.

In addition, we build and support housing communities for individuals with physical, intellectual, and developmental disabilities and individuals and families living at or below the poverty line.

View our housing projects below, and explore all of the housing initiatives grantees in our Grantee Directory.

Palm Beach & Broward Counties

The IDDeal Place

Through our nonprofit partnership with The IDDeal Foundation, our future plans include building a small independent residential housing community for individuals with mild to moderate intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are currently exploring land opportunities in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.

MEET AND GREET: Join us for a community discussion and learn more about this housing initiative. 

Wed September 14, 2022 from 5:30-7:00 pm at Freedom Shores Elementary School 3400 Hypoluxo Road Boynton Beach, FL 33436

FACT SHEET | LEARN MORE: Click here to learn more about the proposed plan and meet the mothers and members of the IDDeal Foundation. 

Immokalee, Florida

Nuestra Señora La Vivienda

Immokalee is located in northern Collier County, Florida, and has a population of nearly 25,000.  The federally recognized Seminole Tribe of Florida has one of its six reservations in Immokalee. There is a shortage of safe, affordable housing in Immokalee, creating strain on the community’s families, students, and workforce, many of whom are agricultural and migrant workers.

With the Nuestra Senora De La Vivenda Community Foundation, we are seeking to develop a residential community of affordable single-family homes for rent and to strengthen our nonprofit partnerships for new early education initiatives in the community.