Jim Chapman Communities offers new beginnings

In an effort to give back to the Atlanta community that has been so good to him, Buckhead resident and home builder Jim Chapman, president of Jim Chapman Communities, has donated a new three bedroom, two-bath home at one-half the construction cost to Family Promise of Hall County, an organization with 50 affiliates nationwide that works to end the cycle of family homelessness.

“We talked with HomeAid Atlanta, the designated charity of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, to decide where the home would do the most good,” says Chapman. “They selected Hall County.” The house will be offered free of charge to families who are transitioning from homelessness to self-sufficiency. It allows them to save money for the various deposits needed to start new lives while going through job training and financial planning.

“I thoroughly enjoyed the ‘giving back’ project,” says Chapman, “and hope to build a tiny house suitable for a mother and two children participating in the HomeAid program.” He also has his sights on developing a tiny home community for active adults.

For more information: jimchapmancommunities.com