IB Homes strongly believes in giving back to the communities in which we live and work, which is why we have made community outreach such integral part of our core business model. By establishing and fostering relationships within our community, we believe we can achieve the philanthropic objectives we as a company are passionate about realizing.
At IB Homes we believe that everyone deserves a chance at homeownership. As a result, our founder has established the HOPE Builders Foundation, a Southwest Florida based non-profit organization which in addition to supporting a number of local charities, also focuses on assisting families with moderate incomes achieve their dream of homeownership, regardless of their race, creed or color.
IB Homes is a proud supporter of:
With a mission to help the thousands of veterans and service members physically injured in recent military conflicts, the Wounded Warrior Project honors those brave men and women who selflessly served in our nation’s armed forces. IB Homes is a proud contributor of a cause that supports so many of our nation’s heros.
IB Homes is a proud contributor to our local United Way and support its mission of providing much needed social service programs in an effort to improve the lives of people throughout our community.
Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida is a state-of-the-art, family centered, full-service children’s hospital. The Pediatric Cancer unit is dedicated to helping children fight the many forms of this dangerous disease. IB Homes is proud to partner with this organization by providing gifts in an effort to put a smile on the face of the many children being treated at Golisano’s Children’s Hospital each holiday season.
My Home Project aka Projecto Mi Hogar, Inc. is a Naples based non-profit organization with a mission centered in restoring the lives of orphaned & abandoned children in the nation of Guatemala. IB Homes is proud to partner with My Home Project and its founder Joe Negron to help facilitate the long-term care, education, and housing for the many children that depend on this organization each year.