Strengthening Neighborhoods With Our 5th Annual Back to School Bash
Columbia Residential and the Resident Services Department would like to thank all of our community partners and volunteers that supported our 5th Annual Back to School Bash. In two hours, more than 950 backpacks, school supplies, and meals were provided to event attendees. This event shows the positive on-going community impact and corporate social responsibility Columbia Residential’s Resident Services Department has in the Metro Atlanta area. With more than 25 community partners, this event helped families save approximately $87.00 per child on school supply expenses.
A special acknowledgment goes to Chase Evangeline Andrews, Executive Director of Variety – The Children’s Charity of Georgia, Tent 21, for receiving Columbia Residential’s inaugural Community Champion Award. Variety – The Children’s Charity of Georgia, Tent 21 has been an amazing community partner supporting Columbia Residential families and communities.
If you missed the event, would like to enjoy the experience again, or if you’re thinking of becoming a community partner, please take a look at a few photos from the event and or visit the link to our official event highlight video.
A special thanks to the amazing team that helped make our 5th Annual Back to School Bash happen:
- Justin Linder, Regional Resident Services Manager + Back to School Bash Project Manager
- Resident Services Department
- Jennifer Owens, VP of Resident Services
- Jimia Head, Regional Resident Services Manager
- Crystal Sanders, Regional Resident Services Manager
- Garret Colbert, Relocation Consultant
- Veronica Byrd, Resident Services Coordinator
- Shacole Pearman, Resident Services Coordinator
- Cheryl Hood, Resident Services Coordinator
- Taurus Gamble , Resident Services Coordinator
- Tracey Carruthers, Resident Services Coordinator
- Kerwin Superville, Resident Services Coordinator
“Everybody can be great. Because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agrees to serve…. You don’t have to know the second theory of thermodynamics in physics to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.