Flipping houses to help Haiti

DeGraaf Interiors and Daybreak Church work together to flip a home in Jenison.
DeGraaf Interiors and Daybreak Church work together to flip a home in Jenison.

JENISON, Mich. (WOOD) Flipping houses has become profitable business for some people, and great entertainment for us at home! Daybreak Church in Jenison is taking flipping houses to a whole new level!

Daybreak pastor Wes Dupin and church leaders came up with the idea of flipping houses to raise money for missions in Haiti. Church members and members of the community help flip the houses, raising tens of thousands of dollars for work in Haiti.

The owners of DeGraaf Interiors, who are members of Daybreak Church, are getting into the action by transforming a house in Jenison. Proceeds from that sale will go to a couple who are helping in the medical and farming fields in Haiti.

Daybreak Church says it’s had a lot of interest in the house, but it won’t officially hit the market until the middle of April. A price hasn’t been determined yet. The church will hold an open house there on Sunday, April 17 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The address is 8925 Norman Drive in Jenison.

DeGraaf Interiors
6450 28th Ave, Suite J
Hudsonville

5282 Plainfield Ave NE
Grand Rapids

1144 East Paris Ave SE, Suite 1A
Cascade

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