Businesswoman Barbara Stokes is well-known in the disaster relief industry for taking charge after a disaster has struck in the United States. She is a co-founder of GSH of Alabama, LLC, and works as its chief executive officer. Her company responds to disasters by shipping homes for people to live in who have had their own homes made unlivable due to damage. Visit Gazetteday to know more about Barbara.
GSH of Alabama signs contracts with the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) in order to provide these homes. Barbara Stokes says that the goal is to get her company’s homes to evacuees and refugees within a week of when the disaster struck. Her company’s homes are built in their manufacturing facility and then trucked to where they need to be where assembly is completed and utilities are hooked up. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.
Located in Huntsville, Alabama, Barbara Stokes believes in supporting this community. She has volunteered her time for many local charities over the past 15 years. She has also made some big donations to Habitat for Humanity of Madison County. Her latest donation was $50,000 worth of Hardi siding and drywall.
Habitat for Humanity thanked Barbara Stokes for her generosity. Their Construction Manager Don Adams stated that he planned to use these materials to complete nine homes they were working on. The remainder of the materials were going to be either put away for other projects or would be sold in their ReStore so that they could raise money for their programs that support low-income households.