Homes for HOPE recently had the pleasure of celebrating Froehlich Signature Homes’ first Homes for HOPE Project. Headquartered in Bakersfield, CA, Froehlich Signature Homes seeks to honor God by positively impacting the lives of their employees, buyers, subcontractors, and professional associates. They believe God owns their business and they are simply His stewards.
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Providence Homes, Jacksonville's leader in energy-efficient construction, recently completed its seventh Homes for HOPE project to help fight global poverty.
Pahlisch Homes launches their first Homes for HOPE project just in time for the leaves to change in beautiful Bend, Oregon. The Pahlisch doesn’t build homes; they build communities.
I and a group of 6 other HOPE supporters had the privilege earlier this month to visit the Dominican Republic and experience firsthand the mission and impact of our partner, Esperanza International.
Rausch Coleman Homes continues their partnership with Homes for HOPE by launching their first Homes for HOPE project! Building on their generous grant given in 2017 that is still to this day being recycled to alleviate global poverty, Rausch Coleman Homes is excited to extend the opportunity to get involved to their valued trade partners, suppliers, and service providers who will donate or discount their services as they come together to build one of their beautiful homes.
We are honored to have Matt from Homes for Hope, join us again at the Topical Retreat in November. Homes for HOPE have been providing micro-loans to deserving entrepreneurs who live in poverty from around the globe for a quarter of a century, and are in over twenty countries.
This year’s Digital Marketing Summit, hosted by Outhouse and Blue Tangerine, was something of a family reunion after the past two years were impacted by COVID-19. K. Hovnanian VP of Sales, Dana Spencer, was the keynote speaker and the event was sponsored by Zonda and Shared Drive.
The summit was both educational and encouraging. Attendees had the opportunity to learn and ask questions of leading industry experts as well as break out into small groups and discuss how their company was being impacted by the changing market.
Before joining Turame, HOPE’s microfinance institution in Burundi, Marc had a small electronics shop, but he wasn’t earning enough each day to provide for all the needs of his five kids.