HomeAid Atlanta: 7/100

HomeAid Atlanta: 7/100

HomeAid Atlanta aims “to build new lives for homeless families and individuals” by building and renovating housing facilities in the Atlanta area. They work with companies and individuals in the homebuilding industry, acting as the housing developer liaison between manufacturers and the people who provide services for the homeless. We were so pleased to be a part of their mission.

HomeAid Atlanta gave us the opportunity to help with two different projects. Not only were we able to provide the materials needed to rebuild a facility that would house up to eight people, but our team also got some hands-on experience by helping with painting, demo and cleaning. Our goal was to improve the quality of life for this facility’s residents.

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