Jamboree Housing Corporation, affordable housing developer

Help build hope, better tomorrows

Nearly 25,000 residents call a Jamboree property home – families, children, single moms, seniors, veterans, those formerly homeless, and individuals with special needs. They live in 95+ communities across California.

With your help, Jamboree provides programs that meet the unique needs of each community we serve. Every day, our resident services help those starting out or starting over, bringing them hope and access to opportunities to build a better tomorrow.

 

Where Needed Most

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What does it mean to support Jamboree’s mission?

Jamboree delivers high-quality affordable housing and services that transform lives and strengthen communities.

  • Families and children REACH their potential with onsite programs, health and wellness clinics, job-training workshops, computer learning labs, and after-school tutoring.
  • Seniors age in place with a sense of belonging and security through social activities, grocery delivery, fitness and health programs, transportation, and one-on-one advocacy.
  • Those with special needs living with a mental health diagnosis and/or experiencing homelessness – including veterans – thrive in a permanent home with stabilizing services.

How can you help?

Donate to support where it’s needed most and declare… there’s hope for those starting out or starting over. From Giving Tuesday and Giving Now – global days of generosity – and special holiday food and gift drives to essential needs during emergencies, your giving can make a tangible and immediate difference.

Who is Jamboree?

Since 1990, Jamboree has been doing the legwork to both provide the essential human need of housing – and measure its effects on larger communities. We share our results and we work to demonstrate how this shortage influences everyone – especially here in California – where low-income isn’t who you think it is.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, donations to Jamboree are tax deductible.

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