Businesses who want to give back to their communities have the opportunity to do so now. HomeAid Atlanta is currently seeking landscaping assistance and materials for its upcoming Care Days.
On September 15, HomeAid will partner with the Atlanta Professional Women in Building (PWB) chapter and the Kennesaw State University National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) chapter for a Care Day at the Salvation Army’s Red Shield Services. HomeAid is asking for plants to fill urban planters and decorative rocks and pebbles.
Additionally, HomeAid is seeking a landscape designer for its Care Day on September 22 at the Covenant House to help improve its meditation garden.
Anyone who has information or a contact for these materials or services should reach out to Jean Hilyard at Jean (at) HomeAidAtlanta.org.
HomeAid Atlanta is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2001 with a mission of building new lives “for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.” HomeAid Atlanta is the official charity of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and provides opportunities for HBA members and home building industry members to give back to the community year-round. HomeAid Atlanta. Learn more at HomeAidAtlanta.org.