Barbara Stokes is a Woman-Owned Small Business owner. She is the CEO of GSH, a nonprofit organization also know as Green Structure Homes. She strives to help address the amount of disaster needs to the government and the private sector. Barbara Stokes recently provided a local charity with a very generous donation. New building materials were donated to Habitat for Humanity in Madison County. Read more at Business Insider.
GSH relies strongly on donations and volunteer to help with the challenges of sustainable and affordable housing for Madison County. GSH is a disaster relief contracting company that helps communities in Alabama looking to rebuild after a natural disaster. They construct fully customizable, energy-efficient modular homes to the communities that are environmentally friendly, and are looking to rebuild after a natural disaster like the devastating Hurricane Harvey. GSH has its own in-house manufacturing facility and they only use high-quality building supplies. GSH donated over a thousand sheets of Drywall used to increase fire resistance and decrease mildew and water absorption. Over 80,000 square feet of Hardie Fascia Linoleum flooring was donated which offers protection from the outer elements while at the same time giving your Linoleum floors a finished look during the rain and flood season. All the materials Barbara Stokes donated will be used to eradicate housing instability. Read this article at alivenewspaper.com.
Barbara Stokes understands the importance of families and individuals having adequate shelter. This is the main reasons why Barbara Stokes chose to donate to Habitat for Humanity, because of the excellent work they do on a continuous basis.