MPC Sponsors and Participates in National Church Residences’ Mission Day
Monarch Private Capital (MPC) helped kick off National Church Residences’ 2017 Mission Day at Trinity Towers, a senior affordable housing facility in Atlanta, GA. The 2017 Mission Day was the largest fundraising event organized by National Church Residences, which benefits residents of their seven senior affordable housing communities and one permanent supportive housing community in Atlanta. The Trinity Towers location hosted a special program featuring key elected officials, including Atlanta City Council President, Ceasar Mitchell, Fulton County Chairman John Eaves, State Senator, Vincent Fort and Mary Norwood, Atlanta City Councilmember just to name a few.
As a Presenting Sponsor for the second year, MPC was thrilled to once again help with raising donations for transportation and a new facility van. MPC employees also had the privilege of serving breakfast and lunch to the Trinity Towers’ residents.
“We believe in the mission of National Church Residences and the importance of affordable housing as a platform for services,” says Kady DeWees, who manages Monarch’s Impact Initiative Program. “Like National Church Residences, we are a community driven business and our employees are volunteering to help make this a tremendous day and meet the needs of the seniors.”
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