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Missionaries to Amish

  • Joe and Esther Keim
  • Jonas and Mary Yoder Family
  • Samuel and Polly Girod

Mission to Amish People

New Beginnings Campaign

The Plan | The Good News | The Invitation

 

About New Beginnings

1.  Learn more about New Beginnings.

2.  Have your name added to the Legacy Wall.

Legacy Wall

 

 

 

 

*  The Legacy Wall will later be moved and hung
     on a wall at New Beginnings Homestead.

 

Join the Team

1.  Click on any percentage box below (takes you to a fill-in/donation form).

2.  Come back often and watch green take over yellow.

*  All donations are tax deductible.


To get involved, click on category name or percentage number in the boxes.

 

KITCHEN AND BATH CABINETS ($410 @ Share)

66% 

TRIM, KNOBS, PAINT ($255 @ Share)

33% 

HEATING AND COOLING ($577 @ Share)

50% 

WATER AND SEWER ($103 @ Share)

21% 

DRYWALL ($800 @ Share)

54% 

PLUMBING ($462 @ Share)

23% 

CONCRETE/MASONRY ($521 @ Share)

42% 

ELECTRIC ($262 @ Share)

3% 

PERMIT, SITE PREP, BASEMENT, LABOR ETC. ($4,550 @ Share)

100%

Windows I ($336 ea)

7% 

Windows II ($269 ea)

100% 

Interior Doors I ($116 ea)

100%

Interior Doors II ($109 ea)

100% 

Exterior Doors ($608 ea)

100% 

 

Select an items below (takes you to a fill-in/payment form)

*  Items will be CROSSED OUT, as they are donated toward. 

BASEMENT

$9 (5 1/2" Sill Sealer)              $95 (Sill Sealer)

$153 (2x6’s)                               $201 (Adhesive)

$673 (2x8’s)                               $746 (Stairways)

$2,097 (3/4 OSB)                      $2,760 (2x4’s)

$4,340 (2x10’s)

WALLS

$24 (2x8’s)                                 $2,138 (2x4’s)

$255 (House Wrap)                 $284 (2x12’s)

$1,632 (7/16 OSB)                  

$2,646 (2x6’s)

PORCH

$112 (Trim)                                $334 (2x12’s)

$709 (6x6 Posts/Wrap)

INSULATION

$145 (Rafter Mate)                 $335 (R-11 Insulation)

$1,715 (R-19 Insulation)        $2,218 (Blow-in Insulation)

SIDING AND SOFFIT

$19 (Trim Nails)                        $64 (Caulking)

$129 (Undersill Trim)              $164 (Starter Strip)

$169 (Corner)                            $256 (Aluminum Trim)

$259 (J Channel)                      $285 (Fascia)

$341 (F Channel)                      $762 (Soffit)

$2,895 (Vinyl Siding)

ROOF

$163 (Seal/Expanding Foam)              $218 (Drip Edge)

$246 (2x6’s)                                              $304 (Snow Bar)

$312 (Flashing)                                        $395 (2x4’s)

$451 (Univent)                                         $476 (Screws)

$548 (Wind/Water Seal)                       $730 (Corner/Ridge Cap)

$895 (Vapor Barrier)                              $3,347 (1x2 Plywood/clips)

$4,771 (Metal Roof)                               $9,350 (Truss System)

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