How it Works

3 Simple Steps

It’s never been easier to fight homelessness and make an impact in your community.


Homebuilders will enroll newly built homes into Homeful. By doing so, the Homeful Charitable Housing Agreement will be recorded on the title in perpetuity.

Initial Sale

No contribution is required by the homebuyer or homebuilder on this sale.


When the home is sold, 1/10 of 1% of the sales price will be contributed by the home seller as a tax-deductible contribution to Homeful, a 501(c)(3) public charity.

Enrollment is voluntary and a homeowner may choose to opt out at any time.

The process repeats every time the home is sold- allowing for charitable contributions to be made in perpetuity.

Contributions made to Homeful will stay in the general community in which they were donated, allowing citizens to work together for the betterment of their own neighborhoods.

Our focus is on emergency housing for women and children, specialized youth housing, housing solutions for Veterans, “housing first” buildings and more.

The Life of a Homeful Home

As the market grows and the home appreciates in value, Homeful funds will exponentially increase over time.