My Home My Life

Join us in solving the housing crisis facing people with significant intellectual disabilities.

 

Meet Sam

A beautiful 8 year old in a 20 year old body

 

LifeShip Grants

Most people are able to contribute about 25% of the monthly cost of living in a Purpose Housing Community, leaving a gap of $36,000 a year.

With your help, My Home My Life issues grants, both short and long-term for people with intellectual challenges so they can experience life in the private housing community of their choice.

 
 

Locate a Housing Community That Suits Your needs

My Home My Life partners with the Autism Housing Network to help people with I/DD find a home that works for them. There are currently 52 Purpose Housing Communities. New developments are being built every year.

 

Timeline

My Home My Life was recognized as a 501 (C) (3) public charity in December 2018. Contributions are tax deductible.

 

Team

We've assembled a passionate, professional team at My Home My Life. Our backgrounds include marketing, nonprofit management, digital technology, commercial real estate, media, and financial management.

 

FAQ

The Answers You Need

Q: When will you start granting LifeShips?

My Home My Life is currently granting CampShips for overnight summer camp for summer 2020. LifeShips for long-term housing will be considered once our fund balance reaches $250,000.

Q: How will you determine eligibility for LifeShip grants?

In order to qualify for a CampShip or a LifeShip Grant, you will need to be referred by a Private Housing Community (PHC). Once you have applied and been accepted by the PHC, they will refer you and request the a grant on your behalf. My Home My Life grants are limited to those who are diagnosed with an Intellectual and Developmental Disability, who meet the eligibility requirements of the Private Housing Community, and are unable to afford the cost on their own.

Q: Am I financially responsible for any of the housing or camp costs?

My Home My Life funds and closes the financial gap which prevents adults with I/DD from living in or attending the overnight camp at the Private Housing Community of their choice. Most individuals are able to afford a portion of the costs through supplemental social security income or disability income and wages from work and other sources. However, a gap may remain. Access to Private Housing Communities is often denied when qualified applicants cannot demonstrate sufficient ability to cover the entire cost of living or camp. That's where we step and help close the gap. 

Q: What bank does My Home My Life use for donations and financial transactions?

Banking services are provided courtesy of J.P. Morgan. 

Contact My Home My Life

 
 

1675 Wildfire
Frisco, Denton County 75033
USA

©2020, My Home My Life.

Treasurer

Brad Cummings

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