Cerca Launches #HOMESFORTHEHOLIDAYS Program To Provide Individual Private Shelters For Southern California Residents Experiencing Homelessness

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Sustainable Building Solution Company Commits to Providing A Customized Home4Hope Resident Shelter for Each Cerca Home Purchased Between Now and Dec. 31st in Support of Hope of the Valley

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"We know the only way to end homelessness is with housing, and every tiny home donated gets us that much closer to ending this humanitarian crisis."

Cerca Homes (http://www.CercaHomes.com), a leading prefab homebuilder that creates turnkey, sustainable and eco-responsible home solutions, today announces that it has kicked off a program in support of Hope Of the Valley (http://www.HopeoftheValley.org/), which serves the marginalized in the Southern California area. Via its newly launched #HomesForTheHolidays initiative, Cerca will create and build a Home4Hope for an area resident in need for each Cerca home sold via its website between now and the end of the year.

    With small homes and customized, sustainable housing in high demand, Cerca has created an innovative opportunity via its building solutions. Each Cerca home is uniquely designed in partnership with the homebuyer and can be delivered and built with an approximate three-month purchase-to-install wait time, which is a significantly shorter wait time than other small-home builders are offering. With celebrity recognition from architecture buff Brad Pitt and others, Cerca has quickly become the choice of those seeking to build a healthy-living home, addition, workspace, or guest house with minimal difficulty and maximum quality.

    “We are committed to creating solutions both for home-buyers and for those in need of homes,” said Ohad Einbinder, Co-Founder and CEO of Cerca Homes. “From utilizing sustainable materials to integrating renewable energy sources and developing innovative construction solutions, we are focused on building communities that thrive. We solve housing needs via our Home4Hope design, and we’re proud to support Hope of the Valley as it assists residents who deserve a chance to lead a safe, healthy lifestyle.”

    For every home purchase initiated via its website (https://www.cercahomes.com/), Cerca will build a Home4Hope for a Southern California resident in the first quarter of 2023. These ecologically-responsible tiny homes offer a safe, warm, private shelter that serves as a first-step solution for those looking to get back on their feet after experiencing homelessness or home insecurity.

    “We are grateful for Cerca’s generous commitment and support of our mission to assist those who need our help in taking the next step, as the Homes for the Holidays program will change lives,” said Ken Craft, CEO of Hope Of The Valley. "We know the only way to end homelessness is with housing, and every tiny home donated gets us that much closer to ending this humanitarian crisis."

    To learn more or to partner with the campaign, please visit: https://www.cercahomes.com/home2home

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About Cerca Homes

Cerca is dedicated to a smarter way of building for a better way of living. With a team of innovators that expands across design, development, and manufacturing, Cerca developed a proprietary system using only premium materials that simplifies the building process, improves costs, and significantly reduce build times. Combined with the ability to produce at scale, Cerca is a brand that is dedicated to creating higher standards in prefab spaces. (http://www.CercaHomes.com)

About Hope of the Valley

Our mission is to prevent, reduce and eliminate poverty, hunger, and homelessness. We do this by offering immediate assistance and long-term solutions. We are a faith-based independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that does not discriminate based on gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, or lack thereof. Our services are grounded in a deep respect for the dignity inherent in each human being. (http://www.HopeoftheValley.org)

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