Affordable Housing

Homelessness is on the rise across the country, but the Triangle has seen a recent decline thanks to the work of committed Chapel Hill nonprofits. At CASA, we aim to provide affordable housing in Chapel Hill for the homeless population, including veteran housing. Providing homes for people experiencing homelessness is meeting a tangible need, and changes lives for the better.

CASA: A Nonprofit Providing Affordable Housing in Chapel Hill

CASA’s mission is to provide affordable housing in the Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Durham areas so that the homeless and those at risk can access a stable and affordable place to live. Our nonprofit organization provides family housing, housing for veterans, workforce housing solutions, and supportive housing for persons living with a disablity.

We aim to reduce homelessness in the Triangle and improve the quality of life and emotional health of our residents. We not only provide homes but also strive to improve their lives and health.

How You Can Help

If you feel powerless to positively affect the homeless situation, you’re not. There are ways to help support CASA’s efforts. A financial gift or the gift of time through volunteering will help support the efforts to end local homelessness, provide veteran housing for those without a place to call home, and meet the needs of the local community.

Financial Gifts and Volunteer Opportunities

There’s also the opportunity to support CASA, one of the local Chapel Hill nonprofits, by committing to monthly financial giving, planned giving, or a one-time gift. There are also several volunteer opportunities that can lighten the load of those who work for the organization and help contribute to blessing the homeless population with a new life in a new home.

We have in-office, at-home, and community volunteer opportunities that can save our staff time, support our new residents, and sustain the nonprofit’s mission. There’s even an opportunity to organize a gift card drive or start a fundraiser to raise donations for CASA within your own network.

Thanks to the efforts of the local community, 92% of our residents have reported an improvement in the quality of their life and 76% improvement in their emotional health. Even though we’ve created homes for the homeless, including those with disabilities and veterans, there’s still more work to be done to combat homelessness. Visit CASA today to learn more about our nonprofit, mission, properties, people, and how you can help end homelessness in the Triangle.