HomeAid Atlanta’s Project Playhouse Builders Announced
HomeAid Atlanta, a non-profit organization that builds and renovates transitional housing for hundreds of Atlanta’s temporarily homeless children, women and men announces the playhouse builders for Project Playhouse 2007, the organization’s signature fundraiser, now in its fourth year.
[USPRwire, Sat Jun 02 2007] HomeAid Atlanta, a non-profit organization that builds and renovates transitional housing for hundreds of Atlanta’s temporarily homeless children, women and men announces the playhouse builders for Project Playhouse 2007, the organization’s signature fundraiser, now in its fourth year.
HomeAid Atlanta's Project Playhouse, presented by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage CARES Foundation, will feature seven exquisitely detailed, fully furnished, child-size showcase homes designed and created by a select group of Atlanta’s premium homebuilders. The event, which will be held from September 8 through October 20 at Mall of Georgia in Buford, is expected to draw over 1.5 million visitors throughout the duration of the event.
HomeAid welcomes more playhouse builders than ever before, with two builders, Country Classic Builders and Dovetail Homes, participating for the second year in a row. The following builders have also joined Project Playhouse 2007: BLW Home Group, Capo Custom Homes, Grey Hawk Builders, Ryland Homes and Whitestone Custom Homes.
“Dovetail Homes is very proud to participate in Project Playhouse again this year,” said Joe Daniels, president of Dovetail Homes, the builder of the raffle playhouse. “We had a great experience last year and are looking forward to helping HomeAid raise awareness and funds for Atlanta’s temporarily homeless. Project Playhouse is a unique way for our company to give back to the community by helping these families make it through a very difficult time.”
Builders, along with their respective teams will donate their time, talent and materials to construct these state-of-the art mini-mansions. Visitors can enter a raffle to win one Playhouse. The six other playhouses will be auctioned on Saturday, October 20. Funds raised, including ticket sales, raffle and auction proceeds, support HomeAid Atlanta’s mission of developing transitional housing facilities for temporarily homeless children, men and women in our community.
HomeAid Atlanta is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working in partnership with the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, and is a local chapter of HomeAid, a national leading provider of transitional housing for the temporarily homeless. The HomeAid mission is to build dignified housing where homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives. This is accomplished through the donation of construction services and materials from members of the home building industry. For more information, visit www.homeaidatlanta.org.