Milgard Windows Joins HomeAid in Effort to End Homelessness


HomeAid is a leading national non-profit provider of housing for homeless families and individuals with 17 chapters in 11 states across the country.  Through the generosity of builders, their trades and their suppliers, HomeAid has completed over 440 housing projects nationwide at a value of more than $210 million, of which nearly 50 percent has been donated by the building industry. 

Milgard® is pleased to partner with HomeAid America and offer our vinyl window and patio door products, in-kind, in an effort to help end homelessness in America. We strive to see our communities thrive and appreciate this opportunity to give back in our own local neighborhoods.  

The 2016-2018 partnership consisted of window and patio door donations supporting five projects located in the Portland, Sacramento, Denver, and Orange County, California areas. The product donations help reduce construction costs for the builders that develop HomeAid homeless housing projects that serve women, children, families and returning veterans. 

Read more about the partnership announced in this press release. Or, click on one of the case studies below.

Harvest House was a Shelter Preservation project for the Home Builders Foundation/HomeAid Portland.
Theriault House is an emergency shelter developed by HomeAid Orange County in Stanton, CA.
The DreamCatcher Shelter was a joint project, combined with Nika’s Place, to provide a 24 bed dwelling for homeless youth.
Renovated Buckman House with new vinyl windows
This 1906 home was remodeled and upgraded to provide temporary housing supporting the Oregon Youth Authority.
Milgard, new construction, vinyl windows were selected for both durability and energy efficiency.

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