Giving back to your local community is so important and rewarding. Recently a group of volunteers from the Remodelers Council of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association participated in a two-day HomeAid Cares project at The Drake House in Roswell. This facility provides safe and comfortable housing to homeless women with children in the North Fulton area.
HomeAid Atlanta, a nonprofit organization that builds and maintains housing for the temporarily homeless, organized the community service project. The Remodelers Council organized more than 20 volunteers and secured necessary materials to complete various repairs and upgrades around The Drake House property, including moving a storage shed, refurbishing a toy shed, building a bike rack, expanding a food storage closet and burying a drainage pipe.
“It was an honor for the Remodelers Council to participate in this great service project. The HomeAid Care Days gave us the opportunity to build teamwork and engage our members in giving back to the community,” said John Beach of Paces Construction Company, and chairman of the Remodelers Council. “We were proud to partner with HomeAid to assist The Drake House and the families they serve.”
Special thanks to the following companies that partnered with HomeAid Atlanta and the Remodelers Council to make the HomeAid Care Days at The Drake House a success: 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty, Atlas Demolition & Disposal, AVI/Architectural Visions Inc., Concept Creators, Cooper Homes, Founder’s Kitchen and Bath, J. Werho Construction Co., Jackson EMC, Mast Custom Woodworks, Oneida Builders, Paces Construction Company, Richelieu Hardware, Stock Building Supply, The Home Service Store, and Windom Construction Company.