2024 Dominican Republic Homes for HOPE Trip Recap

In early February, a dynamic group of powerhouse women in the building industry, along with a few HOPE staff and I, had an unforgettable experience on the Homes for HOPE Trip. Visiting the incredible entrepreneurs we have the privilege of serving in the Dominican Republic was indescribable!

2024 International Builders’ Show Recap

The 2024 International Builders' Show (IBS) was a wonderful experience for the entire Homes for HOPE Team. See the team's biggest takeaways from IBS 2024.

2023 Year in Review

By God’s grace and through His favor, 2023 was an incredible year for Homes for HOPE. God deserves all the glory for everything we’re rejoicing in as we enter 2024. The following are some highlights from a year unlike any other. But before we get to them, we don’t want to go any further without thanking our incredible partners. Without your multi-faceted investment in this mission, none of this would’ve been possible. Thank you for serving alongside Homes for HOPE in 2023! 

PWB Playhouse Project – A Journey of Impact

In October 2022, I was visiting The Dominican Republic on a Homes for HOPE Vision Trip to meet some of the incredible people HOPE has the privilege of serving in that beautiful country.

2023 Thank You

We saw God bring hope and restoration to underserved men and women around the world in 2023. Here are just a few of their stories.

Expansion in Kenya: an answer to 12 years of prayer

In 2010, Small and Micro Enterprise Program (SMEP) Microfinance Bank, a Christ-centered microfinance institution serving families in Kenya, celebrated a major distinction: It became the third deposit-taking microfinance bank in the country to be licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of Kenya. But along with its approval, the central bank issued one caveat: SMEP needed to add investors to its ownership pool. It sounded like a simple request—yet it proved to be anything but.

Homes for HOPE is Excited to Participate in FaithfulGive Days of Giving: October 15th -17th

Lancaster, PA, is known for many things, including its Amish community, the oldest farmers market in the US, and the birthplace of the whoopie pie. But did you know that it is also America's refugee capital? Lancaster County takes in 20 times more refugees per capita than the rest of the US. It is also home to a massive number of nonprofit organizations for its size, and it has the highest volunteerism rate in the nation.

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