Homes for HOPE was honored to attend a groundbreaking ceremony in Bentonville, AR last week as long-time partner Schuber Mitchell Homes launched the start of their second H4H project. All 3 company owners attended the event, including a town councilwoman, who spoke about how excited she is that Schuber Mitchell is building in the region, and how their involvement with Homes for HOPE project speaks to the character and quality of the company. The councilwoman and the mayor count it a privilege to have this impactful work happening in their community.
Dan Mitchell and Daman Schuber founded Schuber Mitchell Homes in 2011 after the Joplin tornado to help provide safe, quality housing for families in the Southwest Missouri area. Since their inception, they’ve been committed not only to building communities, but investing in important missions and ministries both locally and around the world. They have been supporters of Homes for HOPE since 2014, when they built the first-ever Home for HOPE in the state of Missouri.
Schuber Mitchell’s H4H is projected to raise $80,000 in support of HOPE International, enabling them to serve nearly 4,000 underserved families around the world with access to discipleship, business training, a safe place to save, and small business loans. Through Christ-centered microenterprise development, these families will be empowered to put their God-given talents and creativity to work, start and grow a small business, and provide for themselves and their families.
To learn more about how the building industry is partnering with Homes for HOPE to accelerate the end of global poverty in all its forms, please contact Matthew Baehr at 717-719-0313 or firstname.lastname@example.org.