Arise Homes launches first Homes for HOPE project
Last week, the Homes for HOPE team gathered in Shawnee, Kansas at the Legacy Crossing community to launch Arise Homes‘ very first Homes for HOPE Project. A year in the making, the day was filled with eager anticipation. Drake Holtry, the Homes for HOPE Western U.S. Representative, painted a vivid picture of HOPE’s work to a crowd of guests while they savored delicious Kansas City barbeque. Joining in the celebration were Matt Mabe and Austin Chamberlin, the owners of Arise Homes, who expressed their excitement for the project. Alongside their committed trade partners, they are determined to make a positive impact on the lives of underserved individuals worldwide by providing a hand up, not a handout.
Homes for HOPE is incredibly grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with Arise Homes, a company with a strong commitment to community and serving others. They are constructing a magnificent home in the Heartlands, embodying a truly kingdom-minded approach. To learn more about Arise Homes and their reasons for partnering with Homes for HOPE, please watch the video below. If you or someone you know is interested in joining the mission to alleviate global poverty, reach out to Kirstin Dhlamini at email@example.com.