Yingst Homes Launches Their First Homes for HOPE Project
On a beautiful, Friday the 13th afternoon, Harrisburg, PA’s Yingst Homes, and their longstanding trade partners gathered at The Beerded Goat Brewery to launch their first Homes for HOPE Project. This was the culmination of a partnership five years in the making facilitated by Homes for HOPE board member, John Fox of FoxBuilt Homes.
When interacting with him, it becomes abundantly clear that Paul Hepler, Vice-President of Yingst Homes, cares deeply for his trade partners and team and seeks to invest in them holistically for their growth. This posture lined up well with Homes for HOPE, which invests in underserved families around the world for their holistic flourishing unto the glory of God. We consider it an honor to serve alongside Yingst Homes as they focus their philanthropic efforts on global poverty alleviation for the first time in their storied 44 year history. From their website:
Designed For Living — Crafted For Life
When you choose Yingst Homes as your homebuilder, you will not only receive the quality craftsmanship, materials and design that Yingst Homes is known for; you will also receive the ultimate in personalized attention and legendary service before, during and after the sale. This is why the Yingst Homes name is synonymous with quality.
Whatever your need, Yingst Homes has a home for you. Our goal is total customer satisfaction, every time. Your new home will be built to provide lasting value, following our strict standards of quality control. Yingst Homes combines advanced building techniques with old-fashioned craftsmanship to create a highly efficient, well built home with timeless beauty. We can ensure that our quality will extend well beyond the surface, for a solid home that will provide comfort and convenience to you for decades to come.
If you or someone you know would like to join the growing movement of building industry companies who are joining Homes for HOPE in responding to global poverty, please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d be happy to start the conversation.