As a community-minded homebuilder, Paran Homes consistently finds new ways to extend our reach out into the cities and counties that surround our neighborhoods and give back. From the gift of our time to support fundraising opportunities to the donation of land to aid a family in need to discounts to “Hometown Heroes” that include members of the military, first responders, nurses and educators, Paran Homes doesn’t merely focus on building great houses. We’re also committed to building toward the greater good.
HomeAid Atlanta is proud to bring it’s signature event, Project Playhouse™, back to Atlanta! The project features a unique child-sized playhouse that is custom-built and then raffled off this holiday season, with funds raised supporting HomeAid’s mission to build new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach. “We are excited to revive Project Playhouse after so many years,” said Mandy Crater, HomeAid Atlanta Executive Director. “We had such success with the event from 2004 – 2010 that it is a dream come true for us to begin construction on this miniature, custom home. We are beyond grateful for the support and enthusiasm of Paran Homes, KSU, and all of the other donors for making Project Playhouse’s return a reality in 2018.”
Paran Homes CEO Whit Marshall has donated a site at his company’s Traditions of Braselton development in Jackson County to Devon Gales’ family so a wheelchair accessible home can be built for them. To help make that home a reality, however, Marshall — a former UGA linebacker — is asking for assistance to raise the funds needed to build the house. “The Gale Family has faced a difficult challenge for the last few years and they deserve a break,” Marshall said in a statement. “We’ve got the homesite, a terrific design-build team in place, and a vast network of subcontractors ready and willing to do what’s needed to complete this vision.
Paran Homes is proud to team up with the amazing folks at HomeAid Atlanta to provide much-needed relief to homeless babies, toddlers and their moms in time for Mother’s Day. Marking its 18th year, the Essentials Drive is HomeAid’s annual community-wide drive to collect “essentials” such as diapers, baby wipes, baby food and formula for families in need.Held annually since 2002, the Essentials Drive has collected over a million critical baby items and has assisted hundreds of moms and babies in the metro Atlanta area. From all of us here at Paran Homes, we ask you to dig deep, go shopping, and then drop off your donations at the sales office or model home in one of seven communities through Metro Atlanta between April 29-May 7, 2019. We will also be accepting donations at our Corporate Office.
Paran Homes was founded on the belief that the key to success is through delivering superior value to every customer by offering high quality homes at affordable prices.