There is no place like home. Yet for many, home ownership is nothing more than a dream. But now, community leaders have come together to help people fulfill their dream of owning their own home. If you are working or have federal assistance income but cannot accumulate enough money to become a homeowner, Homes Bring Hope may be able to help.
Homes Bring Hope is an FBH Community organization. As such, it is committed to fighting homelessness, unemployment and poverty in our community. This work is achieved with the support of generous donors, skilled staff professionals and dedicated volunteers.
“I am very appreciative of all of the individuals and organizations who have come together to assist me in becoming a homeowner. There are not enough words to describe how grateful I am.”
Without Homes Bring Hope, I never could have become a homeowner. But now, I am proud to be the first member of my family to own his own home, a dream I feared would never come true. Homes Bring Hope has given me opportunity…and hope. Owning my own home would make my parents in Colombia so proud; and it makes me so grateful.
I consider it a miracle that Homes Bring Hope has become part of my life. Its staff and volunteers have done what I thought would be impossible. They helped me qualify to buy a home despite my limited income and lack of experience. The have helped me every step of the way and they are still helping me as I adjust from being a life-long renter to being a proud homeowner.
Homes Bring Hope is a great organization for people like me and for our entire community. Most of all, it offers hope for hard-working people and helps them qualify for homeownership, triumph over poverty, and build a brighter future. As for me, I am now a candidate for homeownership. I am seeing my prayers answered and for that I thank God – and the wonderful people affiliated with Homes Bring Hope.
My name is Madeline Mendez Velez, and I am involved with the Homes Brings Hope program. I work six days a week to provide for my three kids. Itzel is 8, and she’s in third grade at South Daytona Elementary. She’s a bookworm and is very creative. She has a wonderful imagination and enjoys drawing when she’s not reading. Kayleen, who attends Campbell Middle School, is 13 now and likes all things beauty-related, such as doing hair and nails. She also loves dance. My 15-year-old son, Gabriel, is studying online and is passionate about basketball.Read More