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    Home Aid

    As the largest nationwide provider of transitional housing in America, HomeAid builds and maintains communities where temporarily homeless families and individuals are provided housing, training and resources to help them regain self-sufficiency.

    DeNova Homes is proud to support HomeAid Northern California. We have been a builder captain, donating our time and expertise to build the Women and Children’s building of Mission Solano’s Bridge to Life Center in Fairfield, as well as a remodel for STAND! For Families Free of Violence in Contra Costa County. As Board Members, Dave and Lori Sanson continually work to support HomeAid’s mission and inspire all DeNova team members to do the same. Please click the HomeAid logo to learn more and find out how you can help those in need..

    Building a Better Community

    DeNova Homes is honored to support these and other organizations in our efforts to “build a better community”:

    • American Cancer Society
    • American Red Cross
    • Children’s Hospital
    • Foster A Dream
    • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
    • National Multiple Sclerosis Society
    • Rebekah Children’s Services
    • Volunteers of America
    • Wheelchair Foundation

    Extreme Makeover Home Edition

    The Sears Family

    DeNova Homes, together with over 1,200 contributors and volunteers, joined ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” design team to build an “Extreme” new home for 17 year-old Jhyrve Sears and her family of Martinez. The DeNova Homes team put their heart and soul into building the Sears family a new home in just 4 days and 8 hours to make their dream come true.

    Until a year ago, the life of the Sears family was nothing out of the ordinary. Mom, Karen Sears, and her children, daughter Jhyrve and son Lucas lived together in Martinez, California. However, their lives changed in February 2004 when Jhyrve was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder.