September 25, 2017

Nowhere were there bigger fish to fry, than at Finch Properties' 2nd annual charity Fish Fry held recently at Ecclesia Houston.  Finch Properties, a boutique style real estate brokerage firm hosted dozens of guests while partnering with generous sponsors to raise valuable funds for HomeAid Houston, a 501 c 3 charity of the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA).


Finch Properties served up fully loaded plates of beautifully prepared fresh-caught fried fish, delicious sides and a mouthwatering dessert.  The event raised $4,000 for HomeAid's new Hurricane Harvey initiative, "Roofs Over Houston's Homeless".  This initiative provides roof repairs to homeless care agencies who experienced hurricane damage and is being led by GHBA member, RoofTec. 


The Charity Fish Fry included entertainment by the University of Houston Cougar Roots, a raffle and silent auction.  "As my company has grown since its inception in 2014," said Stephanie Finch, "it has been my goal to work alongside a worthy organization in Houston to help those less fortunate.  HomeAid Houston resonated with me and my team as we saw the work they do to provide transitional housing for homeless men, women and children.  I knew there was no better fit than that."


Finch Properties, located in the Heights, focuses their expertise within the 610 Loop.  Their licensed team members work together on every file to ensure a solid, seamless experience and a guaranteed performance.  


"HomeAid is honored to be the charity of choice for Finch Properties' annual Fish Fry," said Bette Moser, executive director of HomeAid.  "It is a true blessing to work with Stephanie Finch and her team of professionals as we tackle homelessness in our community.  We cannot thank them enough for their support."


HomeAid was started in 2003, and the first shelter was dedicated in 2005.  Since then, 46 projects have been completed, adding over 437 beds and 12.6 million dollars in real estate construction and improvements to Houston’s homeless community.  Annually, HomeAid's projects serve over 5000 homeless men, women, children and veterans in Houston.