Be a Hero for Housing

Attend Our Event – 09.13.2017

Join our community in supporting affordable rental homes in Thurston and Mason Counties.  This is Homes First one and only fundraiser!  We will endeavor to inspire you with stories from our tenants and our community on how having a safe and healthy home you can afford can change a life.  Get it on your calendar and register today!

Register Here

Be a Sponsor

Sponsors get seen as supporters of affordable rental housing and a nonprofit that truly makes a difference in the lives of our neighbors.  Would you like to be a Hero?


  • The Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis


  • Umpqua Bank


  • Pardiman Productions
  • TwinStar Credit Union
  • Generations Credit Union
  • Handyman Familyman


  • Providence Health & Services
  • South Sound Bank

For a full list of benefits to sponsorship at every level, please contact Marge Price:  | | 360-915-8176  |

Be a Table Host

Be an Ambassador for Homes First and host a table of eight guests (including yourself!) at an event that really helps change lives by putting your neighbors into a safe and healthy home they can afford.

Its easy and you’ll feel great for bringing people to the table to learn about how Homes Mean Hope in our community.

Need more information?  Contact Marge Price  |  |  360-915-8176

Homes First has given me a better life to where I can afford a place to stay and eat.  Alll of the work that had been put off by our old management has been fixed by Homes First, they really care about their tenants.

Caroline S.

Prior to moving here I lived where I worked. I was the Assistant Manager for an apartment complex, and I
had people knocking on my door at all hours of the night.  Life was challenging; income was very low, and I was on Section 8 Housing at the time. Finding this apartment with all the mandatory things on my “must have apartment search list” of 2 bdrm, w/d hookup, garage, prefer WSG
paid, rent under $800 was life changing.

I’m very glad I moved here. I continued to work for the apartment complex for another year and half, while I finished my Associates of Applied Arts and Sciences degree, and now I have a great job  and I’m working to complete by bachelors degree before my son starts middle school. My apartment is less than 5 minutes from my job, or a grocery store, and about 10 to my sons’ school. It’s great!

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