Eric Baker and Ellen Hill with MUST Ministries

MUST Ministries Celebrates 50 Years of Homeless Rehabilitation

Eric Baker with Keller Williams Realty and Ellen Hill with Atlanta Fine Homes joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to chat about MUST Ministries, how they got started as volunteers as well as the organization’s growth. Baker and Hill join host Carol Morgan on the Around Atlanta segment. Born and raised in Atlanta, Baker has been an active player in the real estate industry[...]

David Weekley Homes Thanksgiving Food Drive

David Weekley Homes Kicks Off Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

The David Weekley Homes Atlanta Division is hosting its annual Thanksgiving Food Drive for the ninth year in a row. The builder encourages real estate professionals, homebuyers and locals to support the drive by dropping off non-perishable food items until November 19 at the sales offices at its award-winning communities or the Division Headquarters. Additionally, David Weekley Homes is hosting a Turkey[...]

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[...]

Clean the Pantry Soup Tasting by The Canyon Cookers

Soup is an essential meal during the cold months. Whether it’s meaty or creamy, it just makes a person feel cozy. On Thursday, January 26, The Canyon Cookers at Soleil Laurel Canyon hosted a “Clean the Pantry” soup tasting. Since the capacity for the tasting was limited to 40 residents, attendees had to purchase tickets and “clean their pantries” by[...]

Soleil’s Got Talent Showcases Best of Soleil Laurel Canyon

Residents at Soleil Laurel Canyon in Canton recently presented Soleil’s Got Talent. The nearly three-hour show was a rousing success, featuring the 37 members of the Soleil Singers, raising $2,110 for the Cherokee County Volunteer Aging Council and collecting non-perishable food items for the MUST Ministries food bank. The show opened with a “Broadway Blast” medley of show tunes by the[...]