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February 28, 2013

Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods Shows Support for Cobb County-Based SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center

SafePath Children's Advocacy Center LogoAtlanta New Home Builder and Developer Becomes a “Partner With a Purpose” Sponsor of Local Non-Profit Dedicated to Providing At-Risk Children with Hope, Safety and a Brighter Tomorrow 

Whenever Atlanta homebuilder Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods pours the foundation on a new home or develops a new community, they can envision the families that will one day live there. The Acadia team is about more than delivering quality crafted homes and townhomes throughout Metro Atlanta, they also seek to provide local families with a beautiful backdrop for countless happy memories. Everyone from Acadia’s corporate staff to its builders and on-site agents can envision the birthday parties that will be celebrated inside their kitchens, the prom photos that will be snapped on their front porches, and bedtime stories that will be shared inside their bedrooms. The desire to provide the hope of happy memories is also the mission of Cobb County-based SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center. Continually endeavoring to be “A New Builder for A New Time,” Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods is proud to be a sponsor of this local organization dedicated to providing at-risk children with “a window of hope to a brighter tomorrow.”

SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center, Inc. is a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to improving the lives of children who have been abused. SafePath's mission is to reduce the trauma to children and their families by offering a comprehensive, professional, and child-friendly approach to the allegations of child abuse.   By bringing together a collaborative team of professionals from law enforcement, the district attorney's office, therapists, healthcare professions, DFACS, and other agencies, SafePath is able to provide unique services for at-risk children in the Cobb County community at a centralized location. This worthy and much-needed organization relies on the generosity and commitment of many foundations, corporations, individuals, grantors and community partners in order to make a difference in the lives of children and help to build a community free of child abuse.

“We are honored to serve as a SafePath ‘Partner with a Purpose’,” explains Gregg Goldenberg, Acadia Homes & Neighborhood’s President & CEO. “It’s a very special non-profit organization that focuses on the needs of abused children in Cobb County, where our corporate office and four of our communities are based. Many of the members of our staff are parents, so the purpose of and overwhelming need for this particular charity really resonates throughout our company. As a SafePath ‘Partner with a Purpose,’ Acadia can show our support for SafePath and the terrific work they are doing, while giving back to the community in a meaningful way. What better way to do that than through the children?”

Thanks to sponsorships from companies like Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods, SafePath is able to provide the necessary services to child abuse victims and their families at no cost.  In addition to grants from foundations and donations from individuals, corporations and community partners, SafePath plays host to two special events to raise funds and awareness to support their commendable cause. On Saturday March 9, 2013, SafePath will host the 12th Annual “Hearing Children’s Voices” Gala at the Cobb Galleria Centre featuring a Dinner and Auction with 11 Alive News’ Ted Hall as the Master of Ceremonies and Nickolas Smith as the “Hearing Children’s Voices” Award Recipient. On Thursday, August 22, 2013, SafePath will host “Good Eatin’ Great Cause” – where 30 of the top chefs in Metro Atlanta will come together to prepare tapas-inspired dishes while serving up a great time!  This popular event also features a cook-off competition with the local police and fire departments.  Members of the Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods team will be in attendance at both events along with other corporate sponsors and caring individuals.

"SafePath recognizes that child abuse is a community problem,” says Jinger Robins, Executive Director of SafePath. “No single agency, individual, or discipline has the necessary knowledge, skills or resources to provide the assistance needed by abused children.  Individually, we can make small strides towards making a difference, but the support of corporations through sponsorships and donations helps to make giant leaps towards creating a community free of child abuse."  

To purchase tickets to the “Hearing Children’s Voices” Gala and “Good Eatin’ Great Cause” Event, become a corporate sponsor, make a donation or learn more about SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center, Inc., please visit their website at www.safepath.org.

About Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods:  Founded on the principles of integrity, quality and an unyielding devotion to customer satisfaction, Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods is the shared vision of real estate and construction veterans – Gregg Goldenberg, Jon Roby and Thomas Olson. With more than 50 years of combined experience, they set out in 2010 to breathe new life into the Atlanta housing market by becoming a “New Builder for a New Time.” A handful of years later, their company is one of Atlanta’s leading Homebuilders. 

Presented in a wide variety of thoughtfully-inspired designs, homes in Acadia’s single family, active adult and townhome communities range from the low $100,000’s to the $500,000’s. Most recently, Acadia was proud to debut its Capitol Collection – featuring  homes at affordable prices in sought after locations priced from the mid $100s to the $200s and the Signature Collection – featuring luxury homes priced from the $500,000’s to the $800,000’s. Beautifully constructed new homes by Acadia are currently available for purchase at The Preserve at North Valley in Milton; Parkside Village and Wellstone in Cumming; Riverbrooke in Suwanee; Maner Street and Sherwood Park in Smyrna; City Park in Midtown; Bakers Farms and Liberty Crossing in Braselton; Sutherland Corner in Lake Claire; and Eagles Crest, Reece Farms, and Arbor Green in West Cobb.

Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods has carved out a very special niche in the Atlanta market as it seeks to inspire families with homes of unsurpassed quality and value delivered by a team of dedicated homebuilding industry veterans. For more information, call 404-313-9950 or visit www.acadiahomes.com.


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