When you use Ink Home Services to inspect your dream home you are not only getting a quality service but you are also directly helping a family realize their lifelong dream of home ownership. We are committing to help fund the 100% of the construction costs to build a home in 2018 by donating a percentage of the profits from each home inspection we perform. We are partnering with Amor Ministries that works primarily in Mexico and South Africa. Amor has partnered to build close to 20,000 homes for low income families over the last four decades.
"When Amor Ministries began in 1980, many of the poorest families were sending their children away to orphanages because they could not provide for them. Orphanages were filling up with children whose parents loved them, but lacked the resources to take care of their general needs. After encountering this reality, Amor’s Founders decided to offer an alternative. For the last thirty-eight years, Amor Ministries’ main purpose was and continues to be to provide adequate housing to keep families together. In addition to helping make life easier by providing a home, we share the grace and love of Jesus by providing security, safety, and stability to families who would otherwise be without."
This year (2018) Ink Services was able to partner with Amor Ministries to build a new home for the Parra Marquez family.
The Parra Marquez family live in the ‘Jose Sulaiman’ community of Juarez, Mexico. The family was selected by Pastor Jesus Garcia to receive a home. Maria is a single mother and earns money for her family by selling second hand items on the street. She earns about $39 per week. All three of Maria’s children are attending classes in the afternoons at their schools.
The families current house is a one room structure with a dirt
floor that is made from old pallets that have been covered with
cardboard to try and keep the wind out. The roof is covered with an old tarp that is held in place by old tires. One of Maria’s biggest concerns for her family is their safety and security. Her current home is not safe or secure and the only way to lock the door is with a length of chain and a padlock.