There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. We hope you enjoy our site . We welcome any comments . Email us at Hinch33Hous3@gmail.com

Our First Project


Our First Project is 

The Caroline Gilbert Hinchee House 

Located at 1814 Park St.



As of this posting the Facebook page has raised $3,420.

I am amazed at our supporters.  THANK YOU!


Sunbelt Rentals

Nick's Electric

LaBiche Architectual Group

Brinkley Law Office 

Chuck Morris  Arborist


We have also had an office donated to us from some wonderful people who have bent over backwards to help us.  At a later time we would like to acknowledge all of our supporters  by name.  Some of our supporters have banners on the Hinchee House and we would love to see a  wall of banners.

Thank you!!

Get Involved


There are many ways to get involved.  We are looking to partner with facilitators of education.  So much can be learned from this house.  Students can learn gardening and giving, history and the way life was in the 1900's.

Volunteering, your time to move forward with the projects we have planned.  We need volunteers to do research on the history, life style, and endless other things that involve a Historic Home.

Volunteers with trades experience or students who need community service hours.

Volunteers for food on work days  or who might be interested in catering or maybe you have a food truck you would want to park at the house  on work days or other events in the future.

Or maybe you just want to sit with us on the porch and kick around some ideas.

Thank You


 Our Volunteers are very important to our project.  We have become a family.  We had a lot of bonding during 2018 with the bi- monthly  work days.  We bonded over the love for the house and the excitement of watching her become the centerpiece of the community once again.

Some of our volunteers have helped clear out a Lot of bamboo,  and other plants to make room to work on the house.   There were a lot of hot days, but we would sit on the porch and kick over ideas.  And lets not forget the donated lunches  of pizza.  Much appreciated.

This year is a year of planning and fundraisers, and those working on these projects, have given a lot of time to networking with those who's knowledge is helping us grow and get things done.  We have been working on grants  also, so thank you who have worked tirelessly to help.  

Help Our Cause

 Our goal is to form a partnership with Lamar University to help Veterans and Students to do their internships with us to benefit both of our organizations.  We can offer projects on Project Management,  Communications, IT and computer programming,  Restoration projects to Secretary of the Interior's Standards.  We can help with the arts and History and Research. To support veterans by helping them help themselves and others through theses programs.   We would like to help  teachers of school students to learn what it is like to raise your own food, and partner with the local Food bank to disperse to others.  

When the house is complete we want it to be a community hub  for students and neighbors to sit and relax on the porch with a cup of coffee,  and listening to music.  We would like to see art shows,  art classes,  dinner theater,  in general an event center, gift shop. We want a welcoming place for the community.


Possibilities are only limited by your imagination !

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Ways To Donate

Mail to:

Community Bank of Texas, N.A.  

    c/o Elaine Brady 

 7410 Hwy 105

  Beaumont, TX 77713  


Hinchee House Restoration Project

2090 Broadway

Beaumont, TX 77701

Please make checks payable to:  the Hinchee House Restoration Project

 ExxonMobil employees and retirees, through their invested volunteer hours and tax-deductible matched gifts, serve as conduits through which the company returns money to our communities. 

Update: Aug 2019

As an IRS approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your donations are tax deductible.

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