HomeAid Atlanta Hosts 2nd Annual Angel Tree

December 2009
Atlanta Building News;Winter2009/2010 Hope & Homes, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that HomeAid Atlanta is hosting its 2nd Angel Tree to celebrate its second year in community service in Georgia in 2009. The event aims to provide assistance to homeless families including holiday presents, housing projects, and other necessities. Families who are presently part of the Decatur Cooperative Ministry's Family Transitional Housing Program are the recipient of the said support.


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