Giveback Homes, a social-good real estate concept, recently announced it has secured a partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Nicaragua.
Habitat for Humanity shares the Giveback Homes mission with the belief that every man, woman and child should have a safe and comfortable place to live.
Giveback Homes is dedicated to transforming the transaction of buying or selling a home into an opportunity to dramatically change the life of a worthy family by building them a home. Now, with the help of Habitat for Humanity in Nicaragua, this social good movement is well on its way to begin the healing through the building process.
“The needs are great and the problems even greater, but I am confident that by building solid partnerships and working together as a team, we will be able to accomplish our goal, which is to serve the less fortunate families of Nicaragua,” says Frank Matus, Country Director for Habitat Nicaragua.
“We are excited to partner with Habitat for Humanity in Nicaragua to help us build a better life for many families in need,” said Giveback Homes Founder, Blake Andrews. “We plan to aggressively spread the word about Giveback Homes in order to remove the scrap lumber, rusted metals and tarps, and replace it with a safe, secure and sanitary living space.”