Barbara Stokes Huntsville AL and GSH Provide $100,000 in Home Building Supplies to Habitat for Humanity, a Non-Profit The Company Supports

Habitat for Humanity has been working hard in Madison Country, Alabama to help do their part to close the gap in the need for basic housing in the area. The county has a good deal of residents that live below the poverty line, many so much that they find themselves without basic housing and goods that many people take for granted. Currently, more than 40% of people that live in Madison Country, Alabama have a household income of less than $48,000 each year. Additionally, many residents are paying more than half of their annual income solely to find housing for themselves and their families. It must be said that these people are truly struggling to gain access to basic things like housing that most of us take for granted. 

Habitat for Humanity has built a stunning volume of houses within Madison Country. The non-profit has built more than 200 homes to date within the area. Habitat for Humanity is truly a valued contributor to those in need in the area. The non-profit recently received a major, unexpected donation from Green Structure Home of Alabama under the direction of founder, Barbara Stokes. Green Structure Homes of Alabama, also known as GSH of Alabama, just announced a donation of $100,000 in building supplies to the incredible non-profit. 

Aside from the actual building of homes, Habitat for Humanity also works to create general awareness in the community that there is a need, giving people who are more fortunate an opportunity to help where they can. This awareness moved Barbara Stokes to get the ball rolling to get the incredible $100,000 donation. GSH of Alabama says they are proud to be in a position to contribute to such a worthy cause.

Among the $100,000 worth of building supplies donated were more than 1,000 sheets of state-of-the-art drywall, close to 100,000 square feet of linoleum and pricey Hardie Fascia. These items will all go directly to build homes for those who are most in need. 

About Green Structure Homes of Alabama and Barbara Stokes Huntsville AL

GSH of Alabama works as a contractor that specializes in creative and innovative relief after disasters. The company provides through the building of houses for those in need after catastrophic events hit areas around the Southeast, specifically Alabama, using state-of-the-art home manufacturing and engineering. Barbara Stokes Huntsville, AL founded GSH of Alabama to build homes for people in need, not simply houses. The company comes into areas that are in severe need after a disaster hits to provide housing-centric relief. Barbara is a big believer in the work that Habitat for Humanity does and feels her company’s culture of giving to those who are in truly desperate need in the form of new homes. She also is proud of her company culture that measures their success by helping the communities and its members in need, not in the bottom line. 

About Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is a highly established no-profit organization that utilized the power of a collective force of volunteers that come together to build hoses for those in need. The company is completely reliant on donations. The future residents of the home come out (if they are able) to contribute to the actual building of what will be their new home. The company has a reputation for not only building homes for those in need, but they have a strong reputation for bringing dozens of community members together to help those less fortunate. It is a powerful thing to see people of all ages, backgrounds and socioeconomic statuses come together to build a house, often in just one day. On top of building homes, 

Adam Hansen