Who We Serve/Our Network

Who We ServeKEYS is committed to establishing dynamic relationships with other non-profit organizations providing homeless services in the Greater Washington DC region, creating a sustainable solution for systemic change for our communties.

KEYS for the Homeless Foundation, Inc. received IRS 501c3 designation on October 15, 2005.

Today, the organization is governed by a volunteer board of directors composed of outstanding members of the Hotel Association of Washington, DC and corporate leaders representing local, civic and community institutions. More than 50 hotels have supported this socially economical, naturally productive initiative. Our work is having a significant impact on improving the lives and futures of men, women and children who are transitioning from homeless and poverty towards self sufficiency

We are inspired by the vision and dedicated leadership of our beneficiary organizations who provide homeless services to the most vulnerable in our community—daily. Our relationships with community leaders and service providers are KEY for securing brighter futures for us all. Our innovative drive delivers "just in time" resources, meeting the core basic needs necessary for securing stronger communities.

IN 2016, KEYS provided critical resources to more than 65 non-profit organizations provding homeless services and to low-income, at risk familes and individuals, providing more than $532,000 of goods to those in need.  

If you are an organization providing homeless services, if you are interested in donating your time, in-kind goods and services, login and connect with KEYS. Leave a message on our message board. We look forward to working with you.   Together, we are KEYS for the Homeless.

Fairmont Corporation
The Hay-Adams
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
JBG Companies
Stuart Dean Co., Inc
Adobe Foundation
John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation
The Greater Washington Community Foundation
The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation
Share Fund
W. O' Neil Foundation
Waponkoneta Foundation
Philip L. Graham
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