Atlanta Real Estate Forum congratulates Ashton Woods Homes for winning a Gold OBIE in the Best Community Service Project category at the 2018 OBIE Awards. Presented by the Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council, the OBIE Awards are the premier awards given in the Atlanta new home construction industry.
Ashton Woods, along with its Trade Partners, raised $94,495.58 for an incredible charity, Camp Twin[...]
Atlanta Real Estate Forum congratulates Jim Chapman Communities for winning a Gold OBIE in the Best Community Service Project category. Presented by the Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council, the OBIE Awards are the premier awards given in the Atlanta new home construction industry.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) invited Jim Chapman, president of Jim Chapman Communities and Jim Chapman[...]
On this week’s Around Atlanta edition of the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show, Richard Panyik, chair of the Rotary Club of South Gwinnett’s Duck Derby, stops by to talk to our hosts, Bryan Nonni and Todd Schnick, about the Rotary Club and its upcoming Duck Derby.
The South Gwinnett Chapter of the Rotary Club was chartered in September of 1982[...]
Julia Hall, senior manager of community affairs for Chick-fil-A and director of external affairs for The Chick-fil-A Foundation, stopped by Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio’s Around Atlanta edition this week. Julia spoke with us about the company, its values, and how we can all get in on the behind-the-scenes action with the Chick-fil-A Backstage Tour!
Hall has been with Chick-fil-A all[...]
HomeAid Atlanta is excited to announce that is has been selected as one of Leadership DeKalb’s seven community service projects for 2015. The leadership development program will work with HomeAid Atlanta from September 2014 through May 2015. During this time, the group hopes to develop a comprehensive strategic marketing program for the nonprofit.
“HomeAid Atlanta is extremely honored to be chosen[...]
HomeAid Atlanta, the official charity of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, will soon begin an energy-efficient retrofit of a Decatur home.
This project is the first for HomeAid America’s National Environmental Sustainability Program. Funded by a $600,000 grant from the Wal-Mart Foundation, the program aims to benefit existing facilities for the homeless by retrofitting and installing energy-efficient upgrades.
The home to[...]
If you're a citizen of Atlanta looking to give back to this wonderful city, here's your chance to do so: HomeAid Atlanta is accepting donations for the 2011 Essentials for Young Lives® Drive from April 25 until May 2. Diapers, baby wipes, baby food, formula and baby hygiene products are all being collected to help homeless mothers and their infants. HomeAid[...]
You’ve heard it said often: Being a parent is the toughest job you’ll ever have. For those without a home, the job is not just difficult; it’s a daily battle for survival. In fact, the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. In Georgia, 42 percent of homeless children are under the age of 6. So, this[...]
HomeAid Atlanta is a non-profit organization that provides transitional housing for temporarily homeless individuals and families in Atlanta. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the organization and all the special work it does.
Since 2001, HomeAid Atlanta has built 16 housing developments which now serve more than 750 homeless children, women and men in the metro Atlanta area each year.[...]
At its 2006 Holiday luncheon, the Atlanta Sales & Marketing Council (SMC) donated $34,000 to four different charities. The funds, raised through a silent auction held in the fall, were distributed equally in $8,500 checks to Georgia Canines for Independence, CURE Childhood Cancer, Georgia National Guard Foundation and HomeAid Atlanta.
Photo: Ramona Nichols with Georgia Canines for Independence receives a check[...]