Join our Celebration Event!
A celebratory open house will be hosted to view the completed charity home on September 30th, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event will be outdoors with live music and a food truck. Please visit the online event to RSVP for a free food truck ticket at greenlandhomesiowa.com/rsvp. The charity home is located at 1203 NW 29th Street in Ankeny. From NW 36th Street, travel South on NW Ash Drive and turn West on NW 32nd Street. The charity home will be on the South side of the road. Attendees can walk through the home if they wish. “Everyone is welcome! Please join us as we celebrate on September 30th,” said Corey and Tammy.
Nora Says the Charity Home is Ready!
See How We Kicked Off the 2020 Charity Home…
We usually have a big groundbreaking ceremony when we kick-off a charity house, but this year things are a bit different because of COVID-19. However, we didn’t let that hold us back! We’re pretty creative when it comes to getting the job done. And as you can see from the video, we had plenty of motivation since Nora, our honorary project manager and cancer warrior from the Children’s Cancer Connection wants the house done in time.
Everyone is welcome! Please join us as we celebrate on September 30th
“From the ground up, our Charity Home is built through partnerships with local contractors who, like us, understand the importance of our mission,” said Corey Kautz, Greenland Homes Founder. “They contribute materials, installation, and their time. They do this to make sure we can donate as much as possible to CCC through the home sale. Our celebration event is a chance to show off our hard work and celebrate another year of giving.”
Tammy Heckart of Heckart & Associates at Re/Max Concepts said, “This is the sixth time I’ve partnered with Greenland Homes to donate through the sale of a Charity Home,” said “This year we’ve reached a huge milestone, with our total donation amount exceeding half a million dollars! We’re so excited to celebrate this achievement! I first learned about CCC through my own family, and I’m honored to continue giving to this cause.”