Caring for Community

Caring for Community


Helping communities, one program at a time.

At HomeServe, caring for communities is in the fabric of our corporate culture. We are committed to putting people at the heart of everything we do, and that includes our social responsibility. The HomeServe Cares Foundation (HSCF) grant program is one of many initiatives designed to help communities improve quality of life for their residents. The HSCF grant program is intended to help organizations in communities jump-start a project for residents or to infuse funds into existing programs.

This year is our initial launch of the HSCF grant program, and our 2019 goal is to make a significant impact. Awards will range from $5,000 to $25,000 and several will be available for funding each quarter between April 2019 and March 2020.

Helping communities, one program at a time.

Target areas for HSCF funding include,
but are not limited to, the following categories:

Helping communities, one program at a time.

Helping communities, one program at a time.

  • Programs that support aging in place, including upgrades or accessibility retrofits
  • Programs that support homeless or disabled veterans
  • Initiatives that assist low income housing upgrades
  • Initiatives to improve parks, including retrofitting for handicapped accessibility
  • Programs that help low income residents with utility bills

How to apply for a grant to fund a
project or program in your community

HSCF invites you to submit applications for projects, initiatives or ongoing programs that will provide meaningful impact to your community located in the Continental U.S. Applications are now being accepted for the first two awards for projects up to $25,000.

  • Applications are due by May 15, 2019, 11:59 pm (ET)
  • All projects must be completed by February 15, 2020

Full requirements are shown on the application. Applications must be submitted through the online application found here:
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Grant Selection Process

Grant recipients will be selected by representatives of HomeServe. Projects will be judged on the degree to which their goals make a meaningful impact in the community, and that meet all other selection criteria.

More specifically, the projects will be assessed on:

  • Impact (55 points): The proposed project addresses a clear need that brings positive change to the community and effectively engages residents. The project also demonstrates the ability to accelerate a project, or use of the funds will dramatically improve existing outcomes of a community-based program.
  • Execution (30 points): Applicants demonstrate capacity to deliver the desired outcome of the project on time and within awarded budget, or have a track record of success in running their community-based program.
  • Innovation (15 points): The project demonstrates creativity, aesthetic beauty, unusual design or engagement elements, and/or the potential to spark additional community change.

HSCF reserves the right to make funding decisions based on other criteria, in addition to those described above.

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