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HomeAid Atlanta, Family Promise of Hall County and Jim Chapman Communities are excited to announce that the dedication of the Spring Street Home took place last week at the Community Church of Gainesville.

that the dedication of the Spring Street Home took place on Friday, March at the Community Church of Gainesville.

Spring Street Home will be the third home in Family Promise’s 90-Day Next Step Program, which helps transition families out of homelessness through accountability, advisement and advocacy. Families in the Next Step Program meet with a case manager for advisement and advocacy, pay monthly rent and build their savings for accountability. The fully furnished home, donated by Jim Chapman Communities, was the model home on display at the 2017 International Builders Show.

HomeAid Atlanta partnered with Jim Chapman to donate the home to Family Promise of Hall County. The home was delivered and installed on February 9, 2017. To learn more about Spring Street Home or view a time-lapse of its installation, click here.

VIPs in attendance at the dedication ceremony included Mandy Crater, executive director of HomeAid Atlanta, Lindsey McCamy, executive director of Family Promise of Hall County, Jim Chapman, president of Jim Chapman Communities and Jim Chapman Fine Homes, and Jeff Stowe, Hall County District 4 Commissioner.

Family Promise of Hall County is one of nine Family Promise affiliates in the Greater Atlanta area. Founded in 1986, Family Promise works to equip communities to end the cycle of family homelessness. Its Next Step Program offers affordable housing opportunities to graduates of its Family Promise program.

Atlanta native Jim Chapman builds under his self-titled firm and his active adult portfolio throughout Buckhead, Vinings, Cobb, Forsyth, Fulton, Cherokee, Paulding and Douglas counties. His father, Jim Chapman Sr., is his design partner and a well-known Atlanta architect.

HomeAid Atlanta is a nonprofit organization founded in 2001 to help build new lives for homeless families and individuals by partnering with the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and community building industry organizations. To date, HomeAid Atlanta has achieved over 76 housing, remodel and care day projects at sites that provide services to the homeless, victims of domestic violence, teen mothers and more in need. To learn more about HomeAid Atlanta, visit

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