Rick Segal has an investment in a company called GenesisTP. They make lightweight, steel building kits.
What all that means is we have a facility that can turn out homes, elder care facilities, condo projects, apartment buildings, churches, strip malls, etc, that are rated to withstand 160mph wind, in effect a Cat 4 hurricane. They are cost comparable to wood, will go up fast and will stay up.
In light of all the towns that are not in the press spotlight and seeing relief trucks flying by, we thought it would be a great idea to try and go in to help rebuild some homes. Donate some homes, in kits, that can replace the structures which were destroyed. Maybe homes, maybe a senior care facility, small town heath clinic, etc. The point is that we will donate a bunch of this to try and help.
Doing Good by Doing Good means they will provide the buildings at cost. He’s asking for help. If you know your way around FEMA, or know a town that needs rebuilding, you can call him direct at 416.367.2279.