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September 8, 2015
 
 

Help Families Get Back on Their Feet at Phoenix Pass

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Phoenix Pass residents watch as construction on the new apartment building begins.

HomeAid Atlanta and builder captain John Cooper of Cooper Homes, with support from D.R. Horton, is constructing a new apartment building for Phoenix Pass, a transitional residential program located in Conyers. Phoenix Pass, the only agency of its type in Conyers, serves single mothers with minor children.

Since 2010, Phoenix Pass has served over 60 individuals on their path to a new life. Of their current residents, 100% are employed, saving money, have children who have shown academic and behavioral improvements and are involved in the community through civic, church, and other organizations. Every Phoenix Pass program graduate family is stably housed.

HomeAid assists service providers like Phoenix Pass by reducing construction costs through in-kind donations of materials and labor, allowing the organization to utilize their cash funding for life skills programs, food, childcare, etc., that they provide to families in need.

Will you help families get back on their feet by making a donation in support of this build project? Donors will receive:

 

  • Recognition through the HomeAid e-newsletter (sent to the entire Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and more)
  • Hope & Homes newsletter
  • HomeAid’s Facebook page
  • The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Atlanta Building News magazine
  • Press releases
  • On-site construction signage
  • Your business listed on a plaque displayed at Phoenix Pass.

 

Contact Mandy Crater at HomeAid Atlanta (homeaid@atlantahomebuilders.com or 678.775.1401) or John Cooper (john@cooperhomesinc.com or 770.527.3826) to offer your assistance to help families rebuild their lives at Phoenix Pass!

HomeAid board members, donors, and staff at the Phoenix Pass groundbreaking in May.


 


 

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