Apartment Firm Supports Local Communities Through Two Efforts
Owner and manager Envolve continues its give-back efforts to help local communities.
Earlier this year, affordable multifamily owner and manager Envolve LLC as part of its community support efforts, created the Get Envolved Foundation. One of the foundation’s latest humanitarian efforts comes after a devastating tornado ripped through Coweta County, Georgia, southwest of Atlanta, in late March.
One way the Get Envolved Foundation was able to give back was with a $2,500 donation to the Newnan, Ga., disaster relief fund, which will be distributed throughout Coweta County.
“It’s hard to imagine what this community is going through,” said Daniel Hughes, Chairman & CEO of Envolve, in a release. “We are thankful to have the opportunity to help with our donation, and our hope is that it will touch the lives of many who were affected by this tragedy.”
Eastgate Apartments, in the heart of Newnan, is owned and operated by Envolve.
“This tragedy hit really close to home and we are so thankful our wonderful employees and residents are safe,” said Jeff Ezekiel, President of Envolve Communities, in the release. “Newnan is part of the Envolve family, and we wanted to make sure we supported the relief efforts for this great community.”
A second effort, the Envolve Resident Lunch Program, served brunch to residents of The Chisca on Main apartments in downtown Memphis, Tenn. The program was founded after the pandemic began. Envolve has managed the community for more than six years, and on May 1, continued giving back by providing breakfast favorites from Catherine & Mary’s.
“We treat our wonderful residents to lunch while supporting the amazing communities we serve,” said Hughes in a separate release. “We always choose local restaurants since they were generally hit hardest by COVID.”
Jake Turner, SVP, Operations & Compliance for Envolve Client Services Group added, “After a particularly challenging year for the restaurant and service industry, this event was a great way to support both our amazing residents and a favorite local restaurant.”