Nevhouse creates pre-fabricated homes, school class rooms, medical clinics and other community structures from recycled materials. Nevhouse is not a product – it’s a holistic solution that delivers light, shelter, clean water and sanitation to those who need it the most.
At Nevhouse, Capitalism & Philanthropy work hand-in-hand with the company allocating significant percentage of its profit for Philanthropic use. The company upholds principles of sound corporate governance and is head quartered in a highly regulated market which offers all trading partners comfort and security. Nevhouse is an advocate of *Philanthrocapitalism and encourages everyone to do well by doing good. – Nev House
*Philanthrocapitalism can be summed up as “Doing Well by Doing Good” – that is, making profits whilst helping to make the world a better place. It is closely related to the concept of corporate social responsibility. Another way to understand Philanthrocapitalism is to look at the two root words: Philanthropy means acts of humanity that help other people or the environment, while Capitalism denotes adding value and turning a profit.