Help Us Serve all Who Have Served

Each year, Honor Home serves around 100 homeless veterans, all of whom have been males. However, female veterans are the fastest growing homeless population, making up 8% of homeless veterans today. And they are dealing with unique challenges like military sexual trauma or having children in the household.

With our renovations, we can accommodate males and females, including LGBTQ veterans, giving them private space to live during their stay with us, and also providing safer spaces for social distancing and reducing the spread of COVID-19.

Fundraising Goal: $500,000, VA Grant Funding $1,000,000, Fundraising Goal: $500,000, Total Project Cost: $1000000.

Project Overview

Honor Home is raising funds to renovate its 30-bed, 16,000 square foot facility for homeless veterans to be more inclusive to all veterans that have served, regardless of gender. The renovations will transform shared spaces into individual bedrooms and bathrooms, giving male and female veterans the space, privacy, and safety they need to work towards obtaining permanent housing. 

Thanks to a grant from The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), we are able to create a better space for homeless veterans. But we need help to reach our fundraising goal and complete this project. You can help by making a donation or volunteering your skills and labor.

You can learn more about the Honor Home and our services here


Construction on the facility began in Summer 2022. We hope to complete the project by Fall 2023. Follow our progress on Facebook here

How to Sponsor

Honor Home has an Adopt-a-Room program that is currently accepting sponsors. All donations will be used toward the capital campaign to help us reach our fundraising goal of $500,000. Donations can be sent to 705 Oakwood Street, Suite 115, Ravenna, OH 44266. 

Vietnam and World War 2 veterans receiving housing support.

To learn more about this project and how you can get involved, please contact Director of Development Matthew Slater at 330-687-8136.