Welcome to the homepage of the Williams-Sterling Foundation
Thank you for visiting our Internet site!
The Williams-Sterling Foundation (WSF) is a Special purpose 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation and was formed to provide disaster relief programs and real estate development assistance as a result of the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina and the hurricanes of 2005.
Our community and faith-based grass roots redevelopment campaign has been working since the clean-up and recovery phases of the Hurricanes of 2005 began. We are extremely proud of our past modular redevelopment successes in the City of New Orleans and are honored to accept the invitation to improve the quality of life for those who suffered losses and are still affected by the Hurricanes of 2005 & 2008.
We are extremely proud of the social good that we have accomplished, and look forward to providing clear, recognizable and relevant change in 2014 with our newly launched “Homeless Warriors Housing Program” (HWHP). As you continue your visit with us today, you will learn more about our approval to participate in the Department of Veteran AffairsVA Homeless Sales Program. A program that allows non-profits like the WSF the opportunity to acquire foreclosure properties to provide assistance to homeless veterans. And our approval into the Wells Fargo REO Community Development Community & Urban Stabilization Program (CUSP). Approval into this program allows the WSF as a 501 (c)(3) eligible to receive donated properties from Wells Fargo's donated property programs.
Along the way, you will see our organization's history and the specialties we provided in the storm-impacted areas the hurricanes of 2005 damaged.
If you are not familiar with our non-profit organization and your first contact with us is online: We would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.
At present, our new inter-active content management system is still under construction that will enable us to broadcast current program progress reports, as well as, view project progress via current mapping technologies, so that we reach and engage our supporters and always keep you up to date. Please understand that there may be a waiting period while each program rollout is activated.
In the meantime, we ask that you continue your tour of our site. You will find past information regarding New Orleans Modular Housing Rebuild Efforts, and be introduced to our current Homeless Warriors Housing Program!
The Williams-Sterling Foundation faces unprecedented funding pressures in our ever-changing world. Your continued financial support is so very much appreciated.