Local homebuilder Brock Built Homes, along with the Atlanta Housing Authority are donating the land and a new home to the Atlanta Mission for the Building Hope and a Future Dream Home Sweepstakes. The sweepstakes kicks off on September 23 – https://www.brockbuilt.com/sweepstakes/. The sweepstakes will raise funds to help transform the landscape of homeless care for women and children in Atlanta. Brock Built Homes is donating an amazing, new West Highlands neighborhood home valued at $400,000 to the Atlanta Mission for the grand prize winner of the sweepstakes. See rules for prize choices and all details.*
The sweepstakes benefits Atlanta Mission’s Ethel Street shelter. Atlanta Mission has been serving the local community since 1938 and provides much needed care and services for women and children experiencing homelessness. Together with Brock Built Homes, Atlanta Mission is working to make a difference in the lives of the more than 4,000 women and children seeking shelter at Atlanta Mission every year. Donations received for the Building Hope and a Future Dream Home Sweepstakes fundraiser will go towards the creation of the new Ethel Street shelter, Atlanta’s first low barrier facility to expand Atlanta Mission’s day services by 20% and create 100 new shelter beds for those in need.
“Since 1984, Brock Built Homes has championed the investment into our local Atlanta communities,” explains Steve Brock, president and owner of Brock Built Homes. “We are thrilled to continue that tradition through our involvement in the Building Hope and a Future Dream Home Sweepstakes, which will raise money to improve the lives of a vulnerable population of our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness.”
From September 23, 2019 to January 3, 2020, those who donate* to Atlanta Mission will receive entries into the Building Home and a Future Dream Home Sweepstakes commensurate with their impact:
- Any donation up to $24.99 – 1 Entry
- $25 – 2 Entries
- $50 – 5 Entries
- $75 – 7 Entries
- $100 – 10 Entries
- $100+ – calculated based on tiers above
- No max donation
- 50 entries per person limit/max
- See Rules for alternate method of entry – no donation required to enter
No donation is too big or too small to help create hope for women and children experiencing homelessness. The winner will be announced on or about January 14.
Those wishing to participate in the sweepstakes should visit atlantamission.org/sweepstakes to learn more. There, they can review the official sweepstakes rules and donate* for their chance to win a new dream home from Brock Built Homes. No donation is required.
About Brock Built Homes
Since 1984, Steve Brock, President and Owner of Brock Built Homes, has been building families’ foundations with honest business practices, cognizant preservation and hard work. His homes are built with superior craftsmanship at an exceptional value. To date, Steve has built over 2,300 homes and has effectively altered the landscape of Atlanta’s West Side while preserving its historic integrity. He creates innovative and comfortable places to live in the city, with beautiful homes, tree-lined streets, neighborhood parks, sidewalks, and relaxing green spaces.
“Our goal is to enrich the lives we touch by helping our buyers achieve their dreams through home ownership,” Steve explains of his local contracting business.
Brock Built Homes has won dozens of Professionalism Awards, Obie Awards, 2008 Homebuilder of the Year presented by the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association for professionalism and excellence in home building, and the 2009 Earth Craft Builder of the Year. Named “Builder at Large,” Steve also serves as a Life Director on the Board of Directors for the Greater Atlanta Homebuilder’s Association.
Visit www.brockbuilt.com to learn more.
Jamie Chastain, Vice President, Marketing and Sales
Brock Built Homes
1110 Northchase Pkwy SE, Suite 150
Marietta, Georgia 30067
P: (678) 214-3150
About Atlanta Mission
Since its 1938 beginnings, this Christian nonprofit ministry has grown from a small soup kitchen to a multi-facility organization serving Metro Atlanta’s large homeless population. Today, Atlanta Mission provides emergency shelter, rehab and recovery services, vocational training, services, and transitional housing. We serve more than 1,000 homeless men, women, and children every day.
Rachel Reynolds, PR/Communication Manager
2353 Bolton Road, NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
P: (321) 795-7137