In June, we announced that we were nominated, along with HomeAid San Diego, for the National Philanthropy Day Honors Award for our Noah Homes partnership, and we are now proud to say that we have been named the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) San Diego Chapter’s Outstanding Philanthropic Corporation. This honor is especially valued as it represents the construction of a memory care home to serve adults with developmental and age-related disabilities.
“We’re always looking for ways to give back to the community and we are proud of the work we’re doing to make sure people with developmental disabilities have homes that accommodate their specialized needs,” says Adrian Foley, president and COO of Brookfield Residential Southern California. “Brookfield Residential thanks the AFP for recognizing this project and the fantastic collaboration of HomeAid and fellow builder organizations like CalAtlantic Homes and Murfey Construction that are bringing this project to life.”
We are continually inspired by this project, and we are getting excited as it nears completion. Learn more about Noah Homes and the National Philanthropy Day awards on Marketwired.