Home & Hearth Masonry

QUALITY IN CRAFTSMANSHIP

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420 West Chestnut Street

Perkasie, PA 18944

610-844-2838

JontheMason@hotmail.com

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iving Back to the Community

Masons on a Mission works with Emily Webb of the Calacyria Foundation, an American non profit, to fund and build vented cookstoves in villages around Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. We also work with Clara Colop of Ixtel, an indiginous a non profit organization working to provide health care for women in the western highlands of

Guatemala.


Every year in late Jan or early Feb, roughly 25-30 volunteers arrive in San Marcos la laguna to build stoves for a week.














After returning home, as money is raised, it is wired down to Emily & Clara who buy and arrange delivery for the materials. They also provide the local masons, who we know and have worked with for years, that will build those stoves. The vast majority of stoves that MOM has provided, are built by our Maya masons.


There are a number of ways in which you can help. What we need the most is money. The more money donated, the more stoves that get built. Each stove costs us $150 for the cost of materials and the masons pay, so all of that money goes into their local economy.


We all share a vision of hundreds of thousands of  Maya breathing clean air within their homes. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to Masons on a Mission. Your contribution will help a rural Guatemalan family live a healthier life. Although any size donation is appreciated, for a donation to MOM of $150 you will be supporting the cost of materials for one  family’s new stove.


Visit the Masons on a Mission if you'd like to learn more or make a donation. http://masonsonamission.org/donate/

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Masons on A  Mission

Compassionate Friends of Quakertown

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When a child dies, at any age, the family suffers intense pain and may feel hopeless and isolated. The Compassionate Friends provides highly personal comfort, hope, and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family.


Each chapter, along with the supporting National Office, is committed to helping every bereaved parent, sibling, or grandparent who may walk through our doors or contact us.


Today TCF has nearly 700 chapters serving all 50 states plus Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and Guam, that offer friendship, understanding, and hope to bereaved parents, siblings, grandparents, and other family members during the natural grieving process after a child has died. Around the world more than 30 countries have a Compassionate Friends presence, encircling the globe with support so desperately needed when the worst has happened. To learn more visit: https://www.compassionatefriends.org/wcl-service/the-compassionate-friends-quakertown-chapter/

Ride for the Heroes is a organization that supports veterans and the families of fallen heroes through various fundraising events. To learn more visit: www.ridefortheheroes.com

Ride for the Heroes

Hope Against Heroin

Almost all of us have been affected due to the heroin epidemic rampant today. This deadly addiction is festering in our communities. Too many young lives have been lost. In addition, families are destroyed,

and our communities are being traumatized. To learn more visit: www.hopeagainstheroin.us

Patrick Kerr Memorial Skatepark

Local skateboarders and parents worked with the Abington Township Parks & Recreation Department to build a public skatepark at Roslyn Park.  FPSF donated $5K in 2001 from donations raised during the 2000 & 2001 X Games in Philadelphia.  The project was renamed Patrick Kerr Memorial Skatepark in 2003 after the tragic death of the leading advocate for the project from the local skateboarding community. The final design is a breathtaking combination of street and transition elements created with a generous DIY spirit and unquestionable professional skill.  The park opened in July of 2009 and continues to attract locals and visitors alike. 

FPSF’s final $3K donation helped to close the material needs for the project in combination with a 100% match provided by local community members.

Home and Hearth Masonry believes in giving back to the community and our business plan includes being active in a variety of community organizations that endeavor to make our world a better place to live. Below are the current organizations which the company supports and is involved with in various capacities.

Home and Hearth Masonry volunteered to help build the concrete skating park at Patrick Kerr Memorial Skatepark

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