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HomeAid Atlanta Hosts Care Day at Phoenix Pass

HomeAid Atlanta volunteers make improvements at Rockdale County home for homeless families On March 8, HomeAid Atlanta brought volunteers from BankSouth Mortgage to Phoenix Pass, located in Conyers, for a HomeAid Care Day.  HomeAid offers Care Days, workdays to provide much-needed facility maintenance and repairs, to nonprofit organizations that serve people experiencing homelessness or at risk for homelessness. HomeAid Care Days[...]

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HomeAid Care Day Results in Improvements at Roswell Homeless Center

Just a few short weeks ago, members of Brand Vaughan Lumber Company and the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association's North Fulton Chapter joined HomeAid Atlanta for a Care Day at HomeStretch in Roswell. HomeAid Care Days are "done in a day" service projects that deliver free-of-charge maintenance and repairs for nonprofit organizations that provide services to metro Atlanta's homeless and at-risk[...]

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HomeAid Atlanta Hosts Multitude of Events in July

HomeAid Atlanta, a non-profit organization that builds new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach, completed quite a few projects in July, while also kicking off several new ones! To end the month strong, HomeAid hosted a Care Day at the Anna Crawford Children's Center (ACCC) in Woodstock, celebrated the completion of a renovation project at Making[...]

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HomeAid Completes Care Day with Help of FOX Sports South and FOX International

HomeAid Atlanta is pleased to announce it recently completed another successful Care Day in Atlanta! On Wednesday, June 6, HomeAid partnered with volunteers from FOX Sports South and FOX International for a Care Day at Clifton Sanctuary Ministries in Atlanta. The Care Day was part of 21st Century Fox Impact Week, the company's global initiative that gives its employees the[...]

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HomeAid Atlanta Assists Wilderness Works City Camp

HomeAid Atlanta is proud to announce it recently completed a Care Project for Wilderness Works, which provides year-round enrichment, experiential education, and character development programs for at-risk inner-city children including opportunities to enjoy time away at camp. The project, led by HomeAid volunteer Builder Captain Steven Sanders-Myers, was a much-needed small renovation project at Wilderness Works City Camp. The City Camp[...]

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HomeAid Care Project Provides Transitional Housing in Southwest Atlanta

HomeAid Atlanta and its supporters celebrated the completed renovation over several Care Days of Jesus Set the Captive Free's (JSCF) transitional housing on Dill Avenue in southwest Atlanta on January 26. The celebration included an open house of the renovated area and a rubbon cutting ceremony. Since the Care Days were combined over several occasions to renovate one area, the venture[...]

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HomeAid Atlanta, MBAG Care Day at JSCF Prepares for Residents’ Move-In

HomeAid Atlanta, the officially designated charity of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, routinely partners with HBA members to provide assistance to local charities dedicated to helping Atlanta's homeless population to save them costs in both labor and materials. Their December 11 Care Day at Jesus Set the Captive Free (JSCF) in southwest Atlanta helped the charity complete work on[...]


HomeAid Atlanta Seeking Landscaping Assistance and Materials

  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[...]

HomeAid Care Day with CAI-Georgia Restores MUST Ministries Facility

HomeAid Atlanta recently partnered with the Community Associations Institute Georgia chapter (CAI) for two HomeAid Care Days to repair MUST Ministries’ Elizabeth Inn Shelter. The shelter received repairs valued at $50,000. MUST Ministries’ Elizabeth Inn provides food, clothing, shelter, employment assistance, support groups and more to people in need. Money that would have been spent on repairing and improving the shelter[...]