BURKENTINE BUILDERS Announce A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Their Homes for HOPE Project

Apr 19, 2022

Hanover, PA

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. Burkentine will donate $40,000 from this sale to Homes for HOPE, who uses the funds to provide training, savings services and loans to men and women living in poverty.

“We are proud to partner with Homes for HOPE to fight global poverty – an admirable cause that strongly aligns with our organization’s core values of building with passion and purpose.” said Michael Burkentine, VP Sales and Business Development.

“From our founding 25 years ago in Ukraine, to now operating in more than 20 countries around the world, Homes for HOPE is ever grateful for our building industry partners like Burkentine, who through their generosity and hard work are making a significant impact in the fight against global poverty. Their donation will enable us to serve 1,600 families initially and more beyond that as loans get repaid. Thank you Burkentine!” remarked Matthew Baehr, Executive Director of Homes for HOPE.

For over 30 years, Burkentine has been committed to creating meaningful spaces built with quality and craftsmanship unsurpassed in the industry. The organization includes four divisions: Builders, Properties, Land Development and Investments. Today, the company’s legacy includes 4,700 single-family homes, townhomes, apartments, and commercial properties in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North Carolina. The company has in development over 6,500 additional residential rental units within its current footprint and through expansion into Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

This ribbon cutting is celebrating the completion of Burkentine’s first Homes for HOPE project. If you or someone you know would like to join the growing movement of building industry partners striving to alleviate global poverty through the work of Homes for HOPE, please don’t hesitate to contact  Matthew Baehr at 717-719-0313 or mbaehr@homes4hope.org

Watch Burkentine’s story of entrepreneurism and why they chose to partner with Homes for HOPE.

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