Mayhan Tapped as 2021 Benefit Homes Chair

Terry Swenson Benefit Homes Project, Member News

The 2019 Benefit Homes Team: John Spindle, vice president of operations for M/I Homes; Kathy Delgado, vice president of sales and marketing for M/I Homes; Cathlene Webb, homebuyer; John Williams, 2019 President of GHBA; (front) Jeremy Webb, homebuyer; Jay McManus, area president for M/I Homes and Patrick Mayhan, vice president of purchasing for M/I Homes (far right).

The GHBA is excited to announce that Patrick Mayhan, vice president of purchasing for M/I Homes, is the new chairman of the Benefit Homes Project, a 40-year-old charity fundraiser that has raised over $12 million. The Benefit Homes Project raises funds for Operation Finally Home and HomeAid Houston.

Patrick has invested years in a variety of positions for the GHBA. He is a past GHBA board member and will be on the GHBA leadership ladder beginning in 2021. He is also past president of the HomeAid Houston board and is currently a board member. Patrick is also the past president of the Bay Area Builders Association and is a trustee with HOME-PAC, the political action committee of the GHBA. Patrick was also key in the construction of one of the most profitable Benefit Homes, setting a record for funds raised for the charities.

“I’ve always been a huge supporter of the Benefit Homes Project and felt fortunate that the companies I’ve worked for have also shared in that support,” said Patrick. “I’ve been honored to be responsible for recruiting vendors and suppliers over the years for many Benefit Homes. Being the president of HomeAid’s board gave me a first-hand look at what the sale of a Benefit Home can accomplish for the charities. I look forward to the months ahead as we work with our valuable members to make 2021 a great year for the Benefit Homes Project and the two incredible charities that benefit.”


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A writer and a photographer, Terry Swenson is GHBA's Director of Public Relations. She is also the founder of the PictureThis Project, which puts cameras in the hands of Houston's homeless and allows them to share their story, through their lens.