Looking to the Future
Five years ago, HEH, looking to the future, purchased additional warehousing space in order to expand its operations. Since then HEH has grown, so much so that in five short years it has outgrown its current facilities and is in need of another expansion. This expansion is going to come in three different parts.
The first part is that retirement of the debt on the current facility. At this time, HEH needs people with vision to partner in order to retire the debt of just under $500,000 that HEH owes on the current facility. In order to be fiscally responsible, HEH feels that debt retirement must take place before the next expansion through building can take place.
The second aspect is that once HEH has retired all of the debt on the current facility, it is looking to build an additional warehousing space double in size of what it has now. This project would give HEH the ability to empower exponentially more ministries, thereby feeding millions more people each year!
The third aspect of HEH warehousing expansion (which is not contingent upon debt retirement) is HEH is looking to partner with warehouse owners in the Dallas, Atlanta, and St. Louis metro areas. We are asking warehouse owners in these areas to consider donating space within their warehouse to store food and water for disasters. This would allow HEH to spend fewer resources on getting food and water to disaster areas and more resources on providing for people in need. If you are a warehouse owner, or have connections with a warehouse owner, in the Dallas, Atlanta or St. Louis metro area, and you are interested in helping out with disaster relief, please contact us by clicking here.
If you are interested in leaving a legacy by partnering with us on debt retirement of our current facility, please contact us by clicking here.