EYA
Foundation

While homebuilding is the primary thing we do, building sustainable neighborhoods is what we love. And that means more than welcoming new homeowners—it means giving back in the communities where we build.

We are excited to announce the opening of our Spring 2017 grant-making cycle!  If your organization would like to apply for a grant, please fill out this form and email it back to Genna Love at glove@eya.com by February 28, 2017.  Selections will be made by March 31, 2017.

 

EYA participates in a variety of charitable activities throughout the year—from lending our construction expertise to organizations in need of support to arranging volunteer and donation events for our staff's involvement. 

Here are some of the organizations we support:

Annually, EYA partners with the Marines for the Toys for Tots toy drive in the Washington Metropolitan Area.  Drop off spots are located in the corporate office and in EYA's sales centers.
         Rebuilding Together Montgomery County (RTMC) prevents homelessness and preserves affordable housing by  providing critical repairs, accessibility modifications and energy efficient upgrades to some of Montgomery County’s most vulnerable residents. The EYA Foundation recently made a grant to the organization to fund their mission.

Home Builders Care Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides cost-effective solutions to other non-profits with shelter-related construction needs. Their primary activities include building homes, creating neighborhoods and caring about communities. 


The Child and Family Network Centers’ (CFNC) mission is to provide caring, high-quality, free education and related services to at-risk children and their families in their own neighborhoods in order to prepare them for success in school and life. CFNC is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. 


Shepherd’s Table is a nonprofit organization in downtown Silver Spring, supported by volunteers, religious organizations, government, businesses, foundations, and individual donors. Their mission is to provide help to people who are homeless or in need by providing basic services, including meals, social services, medical support, clothing, and other assistance in an effective and compassionate manner.


The Alexandria Seaport Foundation (ASF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which was established in 1982. ASF operates from facilities based on the Potomac River waterfront in historic Alexandria, Virginia.  Since 1993, ASF’s primary focus has been to use traditional boat building to help at-risk and disadvantaged youth improve their lives.
Playworks’ vision is that one day every child in America will get to play - every day. We create a place for every kid on the playground, a place where every kid belongs, has fun and is part of the game. Playworks DC provides support to DC public schools in low-income neighborhoods so that recess is more structured and effective, providing youth with basic social skills in conflict resolution, confidence, independence, teamwork and leadership.