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Social Responsibility

I believe that “Giving back” to our community and our world, is very important.

Making a difference in other peoples lives has brought many blessings to my life and has fulfilled me in ways I can’t even begin to explain.

When a good friend & business partner approached me to go to Guatemala and help build homes for those in need, I rejected the idea.

I felt we should be helping our own... here... in our own country...But then I came to my senses and realized...our country offers many people many opportunities that don’t even exist in other countries! After realizing this, I decided to go.

My first trip blew me away! It changed my heart and mind forever!

So many people... complete strangers... joined together to provide shelter for those less fortunate.

People from different faiths came together and donated their time, talent and money to help build Habitat Homes for families who are less fortunate. Even though we were aware of the fact that these families would never be able to repay us, we constructed these homes with our bare hands and full hearts expecting absolutely nothing in return. The genuine gratitude from the families we helped was very moving and freeing and that alone was what fueled us.

This outlet became a great way of giving back for me.

If you feel the need to do-good and recharge your spirit, I strongly encourage you get involved with Habit for Humanity International.

Over the past several years, out team has built almost 100 homes for those in need.

I have worked with hundreds of people just like me alongside families who are recipients of these homes. This program is not a hand out. In order for families to “own” a Habitat Home, they must meet the following basic criteria:

  • Have a hardship case.
  • Qualify for a mortgage to pay for the home.
  • Participate in the building of the home (family and friends are also encouraged to help).
This program empowers people to live and take responsibility for their own family’s well-being and future.

I’d like to share photos with you from my 7th year where we celebrated the building of “Casa 50,000”, the 50,000 home built in Guatemala with habitat for Humanity and its volunteers.

Habitat for Humanity Guatemala now leads the world in the number of homes built. With an ongoing need for clean safe housing we still have a big job to do!

I encourage you to consider getting involved locally or globally with this worthy project. Here is a link to learn more about this:

I sincerely hope you will join us on our next trip to Guatemala in January 2014!

Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.