J O S H U A H O U S E F U N D
The Joshua House Fund, founded in 1997, is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to building houses for impoverished families in under-served areas of the United States.
Joshua House Fund offers the unique volunteer experience of parents working alongside their teenage children in raising the walls that will ultimately become the home of a family in need. Joshua's building projects are funded by donations collected through volunteer fund raising efforts, as well as grant awards and corporate matching funds. Every person is welcome to participate in any of Joshua House Fund's building projects regardless of socioeconomic background or level of construction skill.
2019 Building trip teen participants Paige Zamsky, Landon Matkins, Logan (local teen), Evan Hughes, Owen O'Brien, and Ann Kathryn Shashy