Community Charities

The Home Builders and Contractors Association of Florida’s Space Coast strives to support our community in ways that reach outside the building industry.  We encourage you to get to know these charities and share their critical missions along the Space Coast! 

Meet Our Community's Charities

Bridge of Support for Initiatives that provide Education, and or Training for Youth in Construction Industry related fields

HBCA Foundation

The HBCA Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit, 501©3, dedicated to enhancing the lives of people without regard to background, sex, race, or religion, by providing and or financially supporting initiatives that provide know-how, education, and or training in a construction industry related field, or that otherwise benefits the community. For more information, call (321)254-3700,

Provides educational funding and opportunity gaps at all of Brevard County's 85 public schools

Brevard Schools Foundation

Brevard Schools Foundation fills educational funding and opportunity gaps at all of Brevard County's 85 public schools for over 75,000 students and 5,000 teachers by supporting innovation, engaging communities, and changing lives. Funds come from private contributions, corporate support, public matching funds, fundraising and endowments.

Assisting high school aged students understand and pursue rewarding careers in construction and related trades

Future Builders of America (FBA)

The Space Coast HBCA is a proud supporter of the Future Builders of America (FBA). The mission of the Future Builders of America is to be engaged in construction-related educational activities, including assisting students in understanding and pursuing rewarding careers in construction and related trades.

Housing, Utilities, Transportation, Clothing, other Needs for Foster Families assisting,neglected, abused, needy, and abandoned children

Nana's House

Nana's House provides housing and wrap around support for foster families in Brevard County. These foster families care for the neglected, abused, needy, and abandoned children in our state foster system. Nana’s House helps foster parents provide a safe, loving home for the child. They work to provide housing, utilities, transportation, clothing, school supplies, toys, household items, and anything else the foster families and the children they serve may need. The children live in a home with two foster parents – mother and father – and other children – up to five per home.

Real Men Wear Pink = Men Fighting Breast Cancer

Real Men Wear Pink

Todd Pokrywa, President of The Viera Company is determined to raise awareness and money to support the American Cancer Society's mission and save more lives than ever before from breast cancer. The Power of Pink

Provides community-based programs for families experiencing housing instability to ensure that every child, regardless of zip code, has a safe place to call home.

Family Promise

Family Promise of Brevard is a community-powered non-profit committed to transforming the lives of local families experiencing housing instability. Over 500 families are served annually through three programs: prevention, shelter, and stabilization. With rising rents and stagnant wages, these services are needed now more than ever to meet the needs of local families.

Providing safe, affordable homes for low-income individuals & families who cannot qualify for a conventional mortgage

Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.

Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.(HFHBC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry dedicated to eliminating sub-standard housing by building decent, safe and affordable homes for low-income, hardworking individuals and families who cannot qualify for a conventional mortgage.

Affordable Housing for working Families and Seniors

Neighborhood Up Brevard

Providing affordable housing for working families and seniors

Affordable Housing, Supportive Services, to Homeless Families with Schoolchildren in Brevard County

Saint Stephen's Way

This was the genesis of Saint Stephen’s Way. Keeping households together by providing a holistic solution in setting goals, learning skills, and accessing the services needed to build a stronger, healthier and self-sufficient family unit. St. Stephen’s Way provides affordable housing along with supportive services to homeless families referred by the Brevard School System.

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