Volunteers from the homelessness organization saved the Calvary Refuge Center in Forest Park more than $60,000 in maintenance and repairs.
The independent brokerage provided the funding to a variety of local causes, including ones supporting Alzheimer’s research and providing assistance to families dealing with various hurdles.
The homebuilder’s volunteers participated in a Care Day arranged by local homelessness nonprofit HomeAid Atlanta.
HomeAid Atlanta volunteers from the real estate community packed hundreds of CareKits for local homeless residents and provided needed maintenance work at area homeless facilities last month.
The Harry Norman Cares initiative is hosting a donation drive to collect items needed for Care Kits that will be given to families staying at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Atlanta facilities.
HomeAid Atlanta harnesses volunteerism from the local building community to help those experiencing homelessness.
The fund will provide up to $2,500 per quarter to members who experience an unexpected financial crisis.
The acreage donated by Blue River Development will be used for a sports complex at the New Creation Christian Academy and a new fire station next to the Symphony Park master-planned community.
The Georgia Legal Awards recognized the attorney for her work helping Harry Norman, REALTORS® achieve numerous diversity milestones.
Through the new partnership, one of several initiatives Harry Norman REALTORS® expects to unveil this year, the brokerage will receive partner recognition and sponsor activities like the High Museum’s Wine Auction in March.