Renovation Program

About the HIF Renovation Program

HIF supports non-profit agencies in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties that provide permanent, transitional and temporary housing and safe environments for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Leveraging our vast network and resources within the multifamily industry, HIF completes small and large-scale renovations at no cost to our grantees, allowing these organizations to focus their budgets on the clients and communities they serve.

Thanks to the collaboration and support from our industry partners, vendors and board members, HIF is able to complete high quality renovations and facilities improvements significantly impacting our grantee’s bottom line and service capacity.  Through the Renovation Program, HIF has helped facilities serving homeless veterans, men and women in recovery, victims of domestic violence, seniors, foster youth and families.

For Non-Profit Housing & Homeless Services Organizations:

If your non-profit organization provides permanent or transitional housing and services for individuals and families impacted by homelessness and your facility could benefit from an HIF Renovation review and submit the HIF 2019 Renovation Application.

For Corporate Sponsorship:

HIF is able to provide these no-cost renovations thanks, in part, to our “Corporate Champion” program, which creates unique opportunities for corporate volunteer teams to improve the quality of life of local individuals and families. Learn more about what you can do to become HIF’s next Corporate Champion here

Featured Renovations

Valley Village Retirement Community

HIF spent a sunny day in October 2016 with our friends at Valley Village Retirement Community, giving the wonderful senior residents an updated building and brand new community kitchen. Valley Village encourages seniors to live at their highest level of independence and personal dignity by providing affordable housing with a variety of services, inspiring them to […]

New Light at Daybreak

Teenage years are hard enough for anybody – now imagine living through these years on the streets. For ten youth at a time, ages 16 to 21, StarVista’s Daybreak house offers a roof over their head, supportive services, and independent living skills training. Unfortunately, the Daybreak house had some issues, and HIF wanted to help ensure […]

The Salvation Army

30 year-old building gets much deserved makeover The Salvation Army offers a lifeline to adults who have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves, and want to get back on their feet. Rehabilitation Centers provide residential housing, work, and therapy, in a safe, clean environment. The center in San Jose has […]

StarVista Your House South

Homelessness looks different for youth. It may mean a child sneaking through a friend’s window so he or she has a floor to sleep on that night.  Did you know that there are over 700 homeless youth in our community every single night? Thanks to StarVista, up to six of these 700 children have a […]

LifeMoves Julian Street Inn

Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness For the 1,000 homeless individuals housed each night, including families, men and women, children, and veterans, LifeMoves provides so much more than just temporary shelter.  LifeMoves’ programs combat homelessness today—and tomorrow—by teaching comprehensive life skills that help individuals struggling with homelessness achieve long-term self-sufficiency. Julian Street Inn, one of LifeMoves’ shelters, […]

Renovations Program