Jon Eborn, in cooperation with Laki Technologies, and GroEco, both corporate clients, we helped a family who was essentially homeless (living in this small wooden shed with a wood stove), move into a new home built from geothermal foam, and finished to the highest standards. This family went from a shed, to a 900 sq. ft 2 bedroom, 1 bath home in a little more than a weekend.
Working with a corporate client, Jon Eborn and a few dozen of their students, worked to help rebuild a small local school in San Pancho, Mexico that serves elementary aged children in getting the education they need to be able to graduate and eventually go to college. We also raised a little more than $25,000 in matched donations for the school.
The Road Home in Salt Lake City, Utah serves an ever increasing homeless population with essential services like shelter, food and a warm bed. They take in families, single moms and other individuals who need a temporary place to rest while they rebuild. Salt Lake’s homeless population is growing and the Road Home is a vital resource to the city.
“However, the more resources you have, the more people you can help. Money in the hands of a person who wants to change the world for the better can be a profound and wonderful thing. Being the person to takes his or her fortune and uses it to change the world is realizing the fulfillment of your personal destiny. Such people see their hearts filled with a joy that words cannot express.” Jon Eborn