Laurie & Jim goetz
Thanks for helping us help others. Your donation will go towards the glass windows in the garage doors. Something most people enjoy when they pull into the driveway. Keeping the spirit of Joy alive, she lives on through you.
Thanks for joining us in creating a “HOME” for loving, caring people. We are approx. two weeks from obtaining the Certificate of Occupancy.
red bank humanists
Thanks to all the humanists! A truly caring, empathetic organization. Your donation is providing the shelves and poles in the closets, giving mental stability, i.e a clean, dry, safe place to put ones clothes.
Thanks Scott! Your donation went towards the shower enclosures. There’s nothing like a warm shower to make one feel at home.
Thanks Jody! We’re into the painting and wood flooring. All the pieces are coming together.
Thanks Laura! Every door that’s painted is one more piece to the puzzle. We started the kitchen cabinets today, and your donation helps buy the maple plywood and poplar lumber. Glad you are on the team, and another of the lucky ones to work and “expound” with Pat Barr.
Thanks Mickey S… You’re the first of our intra-state donors. Glad you’re a part of our effort. Kitchen appliances are next on the list. (Wow, just Wikipedia’d you. You’re AWESOME!) And one of the lucky ones to sit and “expound” with Pat Barr.
Thanks Elaine. You’re helping with putting down the wood flooring.
Thanks Ron. It takes many steps to build a home. You’ve added the front porch light and a light over the dining room table.
CHUCK & ROSIE
We now have the materials to build the sliding garage/barn doors. Soon we will be able to have a secure home.
The front and back doors now have shiny brass locksets. Piece by piece, we are becoming a home!
clayton block company, inc.
donating foundation block, materials and discounts on concrete
Building a strong community.
WOODHAVEN LUMBER & MILLWORK inc.
fabricated panelized structure in-house @ Lakewood shop. Discounts on BUILDING MATERIALS
Building a strong community!
Ronald w. post surveying inc.
Discounts on Professional services
Joining in the excitement!
A true believer in humanity, the here and now.
Agnes JESSIE AYRES NERI
In memory of my mom, my namesake, whom I lost in November, at the age of 89. Mom was a British war bride. Her childhood was one of extreme poverty in Swanscombe, Kent, a chalk mining industrial town. We must never forget how blessed we are.