mRELEVANCE, LLC is proud to announce its 2015 marketing and media sponsorship of HomeAid Atlanta, a nonprofit organization committed to building and maintaining dignified housing for families and individuals experiencing temporary homelessness. In its third year as a sponsor, mRELEVANCE will contribute ad space to HomeAid Atlanta’s Platinum sponsors providing them with a much sought-after marketing benefit.
“It is such a privilege to once again work with and sponsor HomeAid Atlanta,” says Carol Morgan, managing partner of mRELEVANCE. “This is such a worthy organization with an incredibly noble mission that has made a huge impact in our community, allowing countless numbers of people to turn their lives around. “
For 13 years, HomeAid Atlanta has worked in partnership with area home builders, lending and financial institutions, trade partners, generous sponsors and the public to build 16 transitional housing facilities and one free-of-charge health clinic for the homeless, with additional projects currently in development. Over 750 temporarily homeless people are provided housing in metro Atlanta annually through HomeAid Atlanta-built transitional housing facilities.
“We are most delighted to have mRELEVANCE as a returning 2015 media sponsor,” states Jean Hilyard, executive director of HomeAid Atlanta. “Our media sponsors are so important to HomeAid’s success, and we cannot thank them enough. Corporate sponsorships make it possible for HomeAid Atlanta to exist. Without annual support from companies like mRELEVANCE, HomeAid would not be able to continue providing housing for families and individuals experiencing temporary homelessness.”
HomeAid Atlanta’s newest project, an expansion and renovation of The Drake House, which provides housing and programs for temporarily homeless mothers and their minor children, breaks ground this Thursday, Nov. 13 at 1 p.m. in Roswell under the expert guidance of Vincent Longo Custom Builders. This joint project will make an incredible impact in the lives of countless families in the years to come.
Additionally, work continues to progress on HomeAid Atlanta’s Rainbow Village under the careful tutelage of Mike Smith of Harcrest Homes. The six three-bedroom apartments planned will provide at least 36 beds for families working to get back on their feet after experiencing temporary homelessness. A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for the near future.
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