BUILDING “DIGITAL” HOMES FOR HOPE
No builder has more experience at building Homes for Hope than our longstanding partner and founding builder, Keystone Custom Homes. From the first Home for Hope ever built in 1998, to the 2+ homes they build with us each and every year, Keystone Custom Homes is a true champion of building locally to fight poverty globally.
Today Keystone has begun to build what we call “digital” Homes for Hope, and instead of building one single Home for Hope, they allow their trade partners to contribute to Homes for Hope on any of the 200+ homes they build in any given year. This allows multiple partners in competing industries to contribute towards their projects, and gives them (their trades) the choice to select which schedule and floor plan works best for them – and, if they wish, allows them to give participate more than once.
To learn more about building “digital” Homes for Hope, contact Jack Nulty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keystone Custom Homes
227 Granite Run, Suite 100
Lancaster, PA 17601
Owner & CEO
NEWS & UPDATES
Last month, Homes for Hope was honored to be featured on 89.7 WAY-FM’s weekly Community Spotlight. Executive Director, Jack Nulty sat down with Bryan Johns of WAY-FM to talk about the history, impact, and vision of Homes for Hope and HOPE International.read more
What if over half the American population was earning less than a $1 per day? Well that’s Malawi, a country in southeast Africa where donations from Homes for HOPE are being used. Consider what it would be like to live in a place where all gasoline is imported, 7 out of 10 hospital beds are filled with HIV/Aids patients, and 6 out of 10 people live on less than a dollar per day. It’s horrific! But it’s not hopeless.read more
I recently read an article by Scott Sedam, CEO of TrueNorth Development titled Immigration Reform and Leadership Gap, and I applaud the horn that Scott Sedam is blowing on behalf of immigration reform and am thankful to call America home. In response (and support) of Scott’s article, I wanted to share the Homes for Hope perspective on the same issue.read more