When you’re in the business of building homes, it’s easy to focus on the people who have the means to buy them. At Hunter Quinn Homes, we see the community that lies beyond our own—reaching out, pitching in, and taking part in the lives of people who need our help. We give of our time, our hearts, and our financial resources to make this area better for everyone.
Here are some of the places you’ll see Hunter Quinn Homes making a difference.
Approximately every 3 minutes someone in the United States is diagnosed with blood cancer. Approximately every 9 minutes someone dies from a blood cancer. Dedicated to curing leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and other blood cancers, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary (nonprofit) health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services.
In support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's mission and their annual Man & Woman of the Year (MWOY) fundraising campaign, we at Hunter Quinn Homes are proud to campaign for a cure. Each year candidates for MWOY form powerful fundraising teams and compete in honor of two local children who are blood cancer survivors. From now until May 10, 2020 we are taking a stand and encouraging our partners, stakeholders and homeowners to donate to the cause. Your support could mean the difference in finding a cure.
The goal was to build a home for a deserving family in 7 days. We did it in 30.5 hours.
On September 17-18, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Berkeley County, we were able to complete a 1,200 square foot Moncks Corner home for the Ferguson family in record time. With the expertise of over 40 dedicated trade partners and the helping hands of volunteers and the family the Ferguson's now have a place to call home.
Out of the office and into the field, the women of Hunter Quinn Homes took a day to partake in a great cause for a local non- profit. Another signature program of Habitat for Humanity, Women Build is an annual project intended to recruit and empower women of all ages, backgrounds and industries to make a visible impact on their local communities through construction. This year Habitat partnered with Doors to Freedom in effort to build a school house. “Her Academy” will serve as a safe space for one on one education for victims of sex-trafficking.
On July 18th, five women of Hunter Quinn proudly participated in the project launch for the build of her Academy.
The definition of community reaches far beyond the homes in which we live. Community encourages fellowship, commonality and support and through community focused events all can be achieved. This year Hunter Quinn has partnered with the Town of Lincolnville’s Taking Back Our Village community initiative by participating in their 5th annual Cops & Kids Back to School Bash. We were able to give away just under 300 backpacks to students who had a need. The event extends beyond school supply donations. The event encourages positive interactions with kids and community law enforcement while also providing edutainment to Lincolnville residents.
The attention to detail in and around the home is what made us choose Hunter Quinn homes. Our homes is so spacious for a one story house. To have all this room and never having to worry about stairs is a huge plus.