With the help of Builder Captain Madison Homes and seven trade partners, HomeAid completed a $44,000 renovation project for Community Residences, which offers individuals with disabilities—many of whom would otherwise be homeless—supportive housing and the physical, mental and emotional services needed to facilitate independent and dignified living within the community.
Madison Homes has led many HomeAid projects, and with Madison Homes President Russ Rosenberger also serving on HomeAid Northern Virginia’s Board and as HomeAid’s 2006 and 2013 president, giving back to the community is an integral part of the company’s culture. However, for Charles Battle, project manager for Madison Homes, the project with HomeAid was his first. “It was a great experience and allowed me to also invest in this aspect of our company’s philanthropic efforts,” said Battle. “I was honored to be involved.”
If your organization serves individuals or families affected by homelessness and has housing or program space that is in need of extensive renovations or you have a bigger construction vision for the future, HomeAid can help!
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