Recently, Barbara Stokes, CEO of Green Structure Homes (GSH), a contracting firm headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, made a generous donation of $50,000 worth of construction materials to the Madison County Habitat for Humanity. The materials included substantial amounts of fascia board and drywall, which will be used in Habit for Humanity’s mission of providing homes to deserving people. Materials not used directly in the construction of new homes will be sold at Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore serving Madision County. Visit her Linkedin profile to know more.
In order to get these FEMA-approved materials to where they needed to go, GSH used their own in-house logistics software to coordinate the transfer via four semi trucks. Providing quality housing assistance fast is nothing new for GSH because the firm has a history of constructing homes that are energy-efficient and environmentally friendly rapidly for the displaced victims of hurricanes and other disasters in the southern United States. For example, when Hurricane Harvey pounded Louisiana and Texas last year, GSH came through. Known for giving back to the communities they serve, GSH has made previous donations to worthy causes and will likely continue to do so in the future. Visit cullmantimes.com to know more about Barbara Stokes.
CEO Barbara Stokes has a background in physics and biomedical engineering, and she uses her extensive knowledge of how the federal government provides disaster relief to help GSH get the job done. She is very proud of the work that her company has done with FEMA, and, as a mother of three and community volunteer, she is all about making a positive difference.