Habitat for Humanity is a well respected non-profit organization that has helped families around the United States achieve their goal of owning a home. As the CEO of Green Structure Homes, Barbara Stokes knows a lot about building homes and realized that her company could help their efforts. This is why Green Structure Homes donated around $50,000 worth of building materials such as drywall to the organization in order to help them make the dreams of families come true. Visit PRNewswire to know more about Barbara.
Since 1987, Madison County Habitat has rehabbed at least 65 homes while building more than 200 new ones and Barbara Stokes hopes the donation will help with their efforts to build more. In order to make the donation, Barbara Stokes even made sure that the materials were safely shipped from their facility in Huntsville, Alabama to the organization in Madison County. The materials that were donated by Barbara Stokes and Green Structure Homes were all manufactured up to FEMA specifications in order to ensure that they will be able to handle many disaster conditions they may face. Visit chronicleweek.com to know more about Barbara Stokes.
Barbara Stokes and GSH are known for the efforts that they make to serve their community. While they are one of the first companies there to help provide shelter after a natural disaster, this donation shows that their efforts to help go well beyond helping victims of storms. They are building homes in their communities that help to strengthen the families that live in them which is good for the communities overall and help them grow.