Atlantis Homes announced that it participated in a contribution to the Hope for the Warriors.
Atlantis Homes announced that it participated in a contribution to the Hope for the Warriors, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring a sense of self, restoring the family unit, and restoring hope for post-9/11 active duty, National Guard and reserve service members and veterans from all branches of the military.
Their programs also serve military families, families of the fallen and military caregivers. Clayton home building group and its network of independent retail partners supported the work of Hope for the Warriors over the past year.
“As we celebrate our 10th anniversary, it’s humbling to see the incredible work Clayton is doing for our mission,” said Robin Kelleher, co-founder and president of Hope for the Warriors. “Their support will allow us to serve hundreds in need. We look forward to utilizing these funds to empower veterans, service members and military families in our communities.”
A check presentation was held in Bristol, Tennessee, at the Bristol Motor Speedway during the NASCAR Sprint Cup race weekend, where a representative from the Hope for the Warriors organization, Travis Hanson, was on hand to accept the year-to-date contribution from the Clayton home building group’s Vice President of Product Development Alan Neely in the amount of $155,000.
“We continue to be thankful to provide support to Hope for the Warriors, an organization truly committed to helping American veterans and their families,” said Neely. “A core value for Clayton is to treat people right and do the right thing, and this opportunity to help such a wonderful organization strengthens that cause.”