• Provide Stability
  • Grant a Future
  • Restore Hope

Veterans are Particularly Vulnerable to Homelessness

  • They’re more likely to have disabilities and physical injuries
  • They struggle with metal illnesses such as PTSD, Anxiety and Depression
  • They suffer higher rates of divorce and family breakdown
  • They lack access to affordable housing
  • Veterans are more likely to feel shame and guilt associated with needing help

We can do something about it. Let’s start today.

Contractors Housing America aims to unite construction professionals and trades to financially support existing nonprofit homeless shelters throughout the country.

We’re on a mission to provide safe and warm shelter to every man woman and child currently without a home.

CHA was founded by construction veteran Wall-tech Inc; an industry leader in the prefabrication of cold-formed steel framing that has been in business for 35+ years.

Like you, we are passionate about construction and also committed to helping those in need by providing them with a chance for stability and restoring their hope for the future

Every penny that’s donated will go to a local homeless shelter or other transitional housing provider.

Here’s How It Works

Register a Project or Team

Construction professionals can register as partners and enroll their projects and teams.

Raise Money

For each partnered construction project going on in a given area, we will raise money to benefit the local homeless shelter. The average commercial construction project would donate an equivalent of 500 nights of shelter accommodation.

100% will go to ending homelessness

Every penny donated will go to support ending homelessness in the community where the project is located.

Featured Projects & Teams

HonorBuilt Team

  • City/State – USA
  • Partner – HonorBuilt

Funding goal - $5000

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Palmer College of Chiropractic

  • City/State – Davenport, Iowa
  • Partner – Wall-tech

Funding goal - $5000

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Get Involved

Join other construction industry professionals in tackling homelessness

Become a CHA Partner

We welcome partners from the Construction sector including residential and non-residential construction companies, professional services, tradespeople, and community organizations. Learn More

Become a Sponsor

CHA Sponsors fund the critical functions and operation of our organization.  They also get account management services, reporting, and a full library of logos, photos, videos, and stories from the field. Learn more

Become a Housing Provider

Applications for grants are available for homeless shelters and other transitional housing providers. Apply here

Meet Our National Sponsors