Atlanta, GA (August 25, 2016): David Weekley Homes recently partnered with two local nonprofit organizations – Big Brothers Big Sisters and MUST Ministries – through the volunteer and philanthropic efforts of the home builder’s CARE program.
David Weekley Homes donated $3,500 in gift cards to Best Buy to Big Brothers Big Sisters, a nonprofit organization that provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships. The donation will be used to update technology, allowing the organization to better serve families and volunteers.
Approximately 18 team members from David Weekley also teamed up with the MUST Ministries Summer Lunch program by donating supplies and packing sack lunches for approximately 575 less fortunate children around the Metro Atlanta area. This program provides 7,500-8,000 lunches each week day throughout the summer to children in seven counties.
David Weekley Homes strives to make a positive impact in all the communities it builds in through its CARE program. This is accomplished by joining together with team members, homeowners and community partners to volunteer with different organizations, and by The David Weekley Family Foundation donating more than $100 million to a variety of organizations through the U.S. and abroad over the past 20 years.
For more information about David Weekley Homes in Atlanta, call 800-407-9150 or visit www.davidweekleyhomes.com.
About David Weekley Homes
David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2016. Headquartered in Houston, the company operates in 24 cities and 13 states across the United States. David Weekley Homes was the first builder in the United States to be awarded the Triple Crown of American Home Building, an honor which includes “America’s Best Builder,” ��National Housing Quality Award” and “National Builder of the Year.” David Weekley Homes has also appeared nine times on FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” list. Since 1976, the company has closed more than 80,000 homes. For more information, visit www.davidweekleyhomes.com.