Tuesday, July 6, 2010
All homeowners are encouraged to jump in, head first! Don't think too much, or you will be filled with doubt. Just decide, do you need help? If you need help, give it. Give what ever you've got. You will receive in direct proportion to what you give. That is just how things work.
You may share what help you need by e-mailing and a registry detailing the "needs" of all homeowners by state will be created. Each homeowner will be assigned a homeowner number, which will show in which state the homeowner lives, the date the homeowner made the need known, and the order in which the need came in on that particular day. Homeowner names will not be given out.
If you receive help and win your home, you give back, so others can stay in their homes. We all must start a place where homeowners can give what ever they have to give, time, money, energy, legal expertise, etc. to help all homeowners stay in their homes.
You may donate by clicking on the donate button, or by e-mailing and sharing the details of what you would like to do for homeowners. The gifts you share will be published, and the homeowner giving the gift will be assigned a homeowner number, which will show in which state the homeowner lives, the date the homeowner made the gift, and the order in which the gift came in on that particular day. Homeowner names will not be given out UNLESS A HOMEOWNER GIVES WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION APPROVING IT.
I always prefer to thank someone by name. I think it makes the entire process of giving gifts, and helping each other a much more personal and rewarding experience. However, because the protection of all homeowners who want to offer their help or who need others help, privacy of all homeowners will always comes first.
Of course, if a professional is offering their services free of charge to homeowners on a case by case basis, such as an attorney, or a loan modification expert, etc., definitely their names will be posted, and their services will be allowed space and acknowledgement as thanks for their tremendous gifts.