Astrida and her family are the reason Homes for HOPE exists as a vehicle for the building industry to fight against global poverty. They didn’t need someone to give them food, pay their school fees, or build them a house. They needed a sustainable solution that lasts for the long term – a hand up, not a handout.
After a severe case of measles left him blind at age 8, Peter felt he had limited options for his future. In a culture where blindness is highly stigmatized, many blind people live as beggars.
The Homes for HOPE board of directors is pleased to announce that Matthew Baehr will be the new Director of Development at Homes for HOPE. All future engagements with Homes for HOPE should be directed to Matthew. Matt brings over 15 years of experience in the Non-Profit sector to his role as Director of Development for Homes for Hope. He served for 12 years as an area team leader in the Campus Ministry of Cru in NJ where he launched movements, mentored and coached student leaders, developed ministry tools and resources, taught conference seminars on a variety of subjects, engaged in strategic planning, and liaised with school administrations. Homes for HOPE and HOPE International are blessed to have such a capable leader on the team.
Homes for Hope looks forward to yet another successful project with Grand Homes as they are scheduled to break ground on their 8th Home for Hope on October 24th. Matthew Baehr, our new Director of Development at Homes for Hope, is excited to come alongside our experienced builder partner, Grand Homes, who will be breaking ground on their 8th Home for HOPE on October 24th. Upon completion, this Home for Hope is projected to help over twenty thousand families in underserved and developing countries. We invite you to join us at our groundbreaking event, and honor God alongside our builder and trade partners as we begin this journey.
“Business is like a team sport, once a play is called you must commit to it, if someone on the team isn’t onboard, the play will fail.”
Kerry Ritchie | President, Alcove Farms. Authentic unity never happens by accident. It requires an active style of leadership that welcomes a diversity of opinions, approaches and ideas. In this video, Kerry Ritchie, President of Alcove Farms, shares what he has learned about this topic in his years of leadership with Betenbough Companies.
McCall Homes, A committed member of the Homes for HOPE family. McCall Homes, along with their participating trade partners and suppliers, recently completed their 2nd Home for Hope project, successfully raising $104,000 in support of HOPE International.
Sego Homes has completed and sold their 1st Home for HOPE! Sego Homes contributing almost $100,000, they are our first partner to complete a project in the state of Utah.
Homes for Hope sits down with Frank Ballif, Principal of Southern Development Homes, to learn how Southern Development Homes got it’s start.
There’s still time to register for a live webcast, where we’ll look into the challenges we face in working in unstable environments.
Learn our keys to longevity despite challenges and what inspires our staff to persevere. To participate in this 45-minute webcast, join us via video conference at www.hopeinternational.org/stakeholder.