The nonprofit organization works with members of the building industry to provide housing and other facilities for those experiencing homelessness.
Traton Executive Vice President Clif Poston, a past HomeAid Atlanta board member, noted the organization is also celebrating an anniversary this year — its 20th.
“Since Traton is a long-time supporter, we look forward to celebrating with them and helping extend their services further with our donations,” Poston said in a release.
In 2020, family-owned Traton closed out two townhome communities near downtown Marietta with the sale of 31 homes in Grammercy Park and 38 homes in Mangêt. The Marrietta-based homebuilder also neared closeout of the 1825 Stilesboro 55-plus community and prepared for the early 2021 opening of two 55-plus communities, Kirk Ridge in Marietta and Courtyards at Ebenezer in East Cobb.
Traton is currently building in seven Cobb County communities, with prices ranging from the high $200,000s through the $500,000s.