Note: The 11th Annual Avenues for Hope campaign is over.

General Information

Avenues for Hope is an online campaign fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. An initiative of Home Partnership Foundation, Avenues for Hope was created in 2011 to help enhance resources for housing nonprofits and services throughout Idaho.

When is Avenues for Hope?

This year’s challenge is from 8:00 AM on December 9 to 11:59 PM on December 31.

Who Can Donate?

Anyone may donate. Donations through the Avenues for Hope online portal to charitable nonprofit organizations are tax-deductible and cannot be refunded. Contributions may be made via credit and debit card only.

How Can I Donate?

Yes! Simply visit on your computer or mobile device.

Why Donate Through Avenues for Hope?

A campaign match from the Avenues for Hope host, The Home Partnership Foundation, is available for SEICAA through Avenues for Hope. The Home Partnership Foundation provides a $1:$1 match for online gifts up to $2,500 (for example, a $25.00 donation turns into a $50.00 donation). Offline donations or donations made through other platforms cannot be matched. Additionally, SEICAA is eligible for “Challenge Prizes,” which are bonus funds awarded to participating organizations for the number of donations they receive and when they receive them.

SEICAA’s Avenues for Hope Campaign

Funds received from our Avenues for Hope campaign benefit our Veterans Services, a program overseen by SEICAA’s Affordable Housing division. Our Veteran Services are available to military veterans facing homelessness. Participants work with our Affordable Housing team to overcome poverty barriers and help them attain self-sufficiency. SEICAA’s Veterans Services is recognized nationally as a Community Service Excellence Award recipient, earned for its dedication to veterans and their needs. Additionally, our Veterans Services is home to the Freedom LZ emergency shelter, Idaho’s only emergency shelter for veterans.

This year, funds received will help our Affordable Housing team continue to purchase items for welcome kits (linens, pillows, towels, etc.), shop for groceries, and provide transportation for veterans who enter the shelter. Additionally, we hope to use funds to cover medication, dental, and vision costs for uninsured veterans until our team has helped them enroll for benefits.