Froehlich Signature Homes is launching their first Homes for HOPE project in the desirable The Enclave at BV community in Bakersfield, CA.
Albert Sakissa started a modest cement business out of his home in Pointe-Noire, Congo. With capital from HOPE Congo microloans and the accompanying business training, he expanded from cement to construction materials to delivery and after-sales service and hired three employees, all within two years.
Homes for HOPE’s executive director was honored to be interviewed on the "A New Go of New Home Sales" podcast with John Lee and Anya Chrisanthon. Be sure to visit their website to hear the podcast online, or on your favorite podcast platform.
On Wednesday, April 27th at 12:30 pm, Burkentine Builders will be holding a lunch and ribbon cutting celebration for their Homes for HOPE townhome, located on Hudson Boulevard in their Hudson Ridge community.
There’s a first time for everything, and master design build company Vatter Construction will be building their very first home from start to finish as a Homes for HOPE project!
Seven years ago, Liliane had dreams to open a restaurant but no collateral. Turame Community Finance was the only bank in Burundi that was willing to take a chance on her idea, providing a community bank loan where the average first loan is $25.
Atlantic Builders has announced a $100,000 grant toward the mission of Homes for HOPE, building on their inaugural donation of $25,000 at the end of 2021!
Since first launching their partnership with Homes for HOPE back in 2014, Betenbough Homes has impacted countless families as we strive together to alleviate global poverty in all its forms – material, social, personal, and spiritual.
At the 2022 Business for the Common Good Conference, HOPE’s president and CEO, Peter Greer, shares about the invasion of Ukraine and its impact to our work.
Russia has launched a large-scale invasion on Ukraine, where HOPE International first began microfinance operations to serve Ukrainian entrepreneurs and families 25 years ago.