Habitat For Humanity has been working across the world for many years with the goal of providing affordable housing to those who need homes. The Madison County, Alabama branch of the group recently received a substantial donation from Barbara Stokes who is the CEO of Green Structure Homes Delivered of Hunstville, Alabama.
Green Structure Homes and Barbara Stokes have donated $50,000 of building materials to Madison County Habitat For Humanity. These building materials include drywall and hardie fascia which is an expensive building material. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.
Habitat For Humanity of Madison County wants to build eight houses in the area by the end of 2018. This new donation by Green Structure Homes and Barbara Stokes will go a long way to seeing that goal realized.
This isn’t the first time that Barbara Stokes and her company have made a substantial donation to Habitat For Humanity. Last year, Habitat For Humanity was the recipient of a $75,000 donation of building materials.
Any left over building material from the Barbara Stokes donation will not go to waste. Habitat For Humanity has stated that they will use any left over material to help build homes for the next year. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Crunchbase.
Barbara Stokes is the CEO of Green Structure Homes Delivered. This company builds temporary homes for those who have been the victims of natural disasters. The companies homes were used by the federal government to aid people who were displaced by the hurricanes that devastated the United States last year.
In addition to disaster relief help, Barbara Stokes and Green Structure Homes provides housing units to the US Army and Navy. They also provide temporary housing solutions to groups such as the University of Mississippi and a number of private businesses.