HomeAid Atlanta Provides Support During 2020 Care Day to support the local Atlanta homeless population

    HomeAid Atlanta Volunteer helps during care dayOn June 19, HomeAid Atlanta organized several of its loyal volunteers to participate in a Care Day at Positive Growth, Inc. HomeAid Care Days are volunteer workdays that focus on providing free-of-charge maintenance and repairs for nonprofit organizations that serve the homeless population.

    Located in Clarkston, Positive Growth, Inc. is a premier residential and community-based mental health service agency. Committed to serving children, adults and families in the area, Positive Growth, Inc. acts as a resource, helping aid and support system in times of great stress and transition. Focusing on nurturing its clients through programs concentrating on mental health, substance abuse, residential care, education and multicultural services, Positive Growth, Inc. is an asset to the community.

    HomeAid Atlanta progress during care day

    HomeAid Atlanta welcomed volunteers from Ashton Woods, Brand Vaughan Lumber Company and McMichael & Gray, PC. Together, the group completed several outdoor projects for Positive Growth Inc., including pressure washing, landscaping and building benches throughout the organization’s campus.

    In addition to the volunteers, HomeAid Atlanta received help from others in the housing industry. Sherwin-Williams, Brand Vaughan Lumber Company, Ashton Woods and AY Photo Design all donated time, services and materials to ensure the project was completed on time with quality materials.

    In addition to one of its helpful and philanthropic Care Days, HomeAid Atlanta has been hard at work on other projects, as well. The organization recently celebrated a virtual ribbon cutting and dedication event, recognizing an Atlanta renovation at Making A Way Housing (MAWH).

     

    The project consisted of renovating an apartment building that will become home for 16 struggling homeless citizens. MAWH is committed to proving housing for homeless adults who suffer from chronic homelessness, substance abuse, mental illness HIV or AIDS. To take a virtual tour of the newly renovated apartment complex, click here.

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