Two Studio RED Clients Receive $10 Million Grant to Fight Homelessness


The Bezos Day 1 Families Fund has pledged grants nearing $100 million this year to nearly two dozen nonprofits throughout the United States, and SEARCH Homeless Services and the Salvation Army of Greater Houston, both clients of Studio RED Architects, each received a $5 million grant from Amazon founder Jeff Bazos. 

Studio RED considers it a privilege to work with such wonderful organizations dedicated to helping individuals and families move from the streets into stable homes and jobs, while providing them with the tools necessary to break the cycle of homelessness and thrive in a nurturing environment. 

Studio RED has been working with SEARCH Homeless Services for many years, most recently on its House of Tiny Treasures and Employment Services and Care Hub. Studio RED also designed the Salvation Army International Corps Community Center in Southwest Houston. 

About Studio RED Architects

Studio RED Architects was founded in 2004 because of a desire to create an architecture firm that was different and better. The company is dedicated to creating innovative designs that can be built within budget, providing hands-on principal involvement throughout the entire process and remaining a client-driven company rather than ego-driven. Studio RED Architects is a nationally-recognized award-winning firm and was named the 2015 AIA Houston Firm of the Year.


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