Students feel more confident and cared for when they arrive at school with all the tools they need to learn.
In July, Summit employees collected school supplies for the school age kids served by Hubbard House, a non-profit organization in Jacksonville, FL.
We doubled down on the giving by donating school uniforms to students at My Sister’s House, part of Atlanta Mission in Atlanta, to help ensure its residents are going back to school with confidence.
We are very proud of our employees for leading with their heart and being a part of our annual school supply drive.
“It’s especially important to our team to give where our support is needed most, and where those who need it will receive the most direct benefit. School supplies may be a small part but are essential for learning and transitioning back into school. We are honored to contribute.”
– Nicole Padgett, CAO, Summit Contracting Group
About Hubbard House: https://www.hubbardhouse.org/
Hubbard House is a non-profit shelter and resource for victims of domestic violence. Each year, Hubbard House serves 5,000 domestic violence victims — adults and children. Nearly half of its support comes from caring and concerned individuals and organizations. Reach out to them now to learn how you can help.
About My Sister’s House: https://atlantamission.org/my-sisters-house/
My Sister’s House, part of Atlanta Mission, is an overnight shelter for women and children experiencing homelessness. The shelter provides meals, counseling, medical care, childcare and classes. Reach out to Atlanta Mission now to learn how you can help.