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HomeAid Assists Wilderness Works City Camp
Small renovation at inner-city camp makes big impact for at-risk girls
Sanders-Myers previously worked with HomeAid Atlanta at a Care Day, HomeAid's "done-in-a-day"
The Care Project was completed over the course of six Saturdays in April and May, and saved Wilderness Works approximately 80% on construction costs.
"HomeAid is fortunate to have such amazing donors and volunteers who are always looking for new opportunities to do more to build new lives," said HomeAid Executive Director, Mandy Crater. "We truly appreciate the generous donations from Carolina Lumber and Strathmore Floors, and Steven's willingness to provide his expert skills and leadership free of charge for this important project. Because of his and his team's hard work, eight more at-risk girls will be able to participate in City Camp this summer."
HomeAid Atlanta, founded in 2001, is a nonprofit organization that builds new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach. HomeAid works in partnership with the building industry, as well as community organizations, to assist people experiencing homelessness. To date, HomeAid Atlanta has completed over 100 housing, remodel and care day projects at locations serving victims of domestic violence, teen mothers, veterans and more. HomeAid is the designated charity of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. Learn more at www.homeaidatlanta.org.
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