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When you contribute toAtlanta Habitat for Humanity, it’s easy tofollow your donation throughout our city…Atlanta Habitat for Humanity2005 Annual Report

Start in the heart of Edgewoodwhere we are helping a community thrive again.Located southeast of the city, the Edgewood communityflourished in the late 1800’s as Atlanta’spopulation grew and trolley car transportation madeits proximity to downtown desirable. However, timeschanged and by the mid-1900’s Edgewood founditself on the wrong side of the historic GeorgiaRailroad line, and the neighborhood gave way todeterioration and misguided development.In 1988, the Edgewood enclave got a jumpstarton revitalization when former presidentJimmy Carter and 1,200 Atlanta Habitat volunteersbuilt 20 homes in five days.Restoring Atlanta neighborhoods likeEdgewood is what Atlanta Habitat’s home buildingoften helps accomplish. Adair Park, Cabbagetownand Mechanicsville are other communities thathave felt our positive influence and moved forwardas places for working families to enjoy the pleasuresof homeownership.The family pictured here, Beverly and DavidHolsey, have lived in their Edgewood home for17 years. Beverly is a committed member of ourAmbassador Committee, a volunteer group whosemembers recruit new Atlanta Habitat homebuyerapplicants and conduct numerous outreachactivities that spread the word of our mission: topartner with low-income families, sponsors andcommunities to build affordable quality homesand to provide support services that promotesuccessful home purchase and ownership. It’s amission that ultimately strengthens Atlantaneighborhoods and pays dividends to our citywell into the future.

If you stop at each of theselocations in Atlanta,you can see homeswe built in 2005.Securing land for future Habitat homes in Atlanta isbecoming increasingly difficult. Parcels in the urban coreof our city are getting scarce. And even more challengingis the fact that small in-town lots that once cost $3,000to $5,000 just a few years ago now fetch prices of $15,000to $30,000 and more. There is little doubt that propertyvalues in the city will continue to escalate, so we recognizethat we must take strategic steps in the coming years toensure that we have places to build.Going forward we are considering new options,including breaking ground on undeveloped tracts of landand acquiring dilapidated homes for demolition.More importantly, in 2005 we launched a capitalcampaign to establish a multi-million dollar PropertyBank. Making certain that we have the funds to acquire aready supply of land will allow us to plan with confidenceand to capitalize on opportunities in the real estate marketwhen they arise. Our goal is to acquire 100 to 150 lots ofland from individuals, corporations, the city and othergovernment entities. We also hope to significantly increaseour land donations.Whatever the donation to Atlanta Habitat – land,supplies, cash, construction materials, bequests – you canbe certain the organization will use it to the fullest to helpfamilies in need and to improve Atlanta neighborhoods.The fact that Atlanta Habitat is so prudent with fundsmeans more of what is given to us is given back to our city.New Building sites 2005

And finally, don’t miss a glimpse of ourhomeowners throughout Atlanta puttinginto practice what they’ve learned inour education classes.Catch up with Shirley Mathis and see how Atlanta Habitat’s new Money Smart workshopshave improved her budgeting. Shirley attended our classes with her daughter who is alsotaking the lessons to heart. The Money Smart course, with a curriculum developed by theFDIC, is offered to all Atlanta Habitat homeowners and is taught by Atlanta Habitat staff.The workshops are the result of extensive homeowner surveys which revealed a demand formore financial literacy classes.Or come along with Khadijah Abdur-Rahman to a PTA meeting where she is activelyinvolved in her children’s schools and in her local Neighborhood Planning Unit (NPU).Khadijah reports that Atlanta Habitat homeowner education classes showed her how tobecome a better neighbor, parent and citizen.Watch Alphonsine Mfwama beautifying her yard. While Alphonsine has always been anavid gardener, she learned a lot about Atlanta flora in our landscaping class. Plus Alphonsinesays the home maintenance, insurance and fire safety classes gave her confidence in her abilityto be successful in her new role as a homeowner.Providing Atlanta Habitat’s homeowners with plenty of educational support has alwaysbeen a big part of our endeavor. We want them to have the tools they need to keep theirAmerican dream thriving now that they have earned it.9

Letter from the Chair and PresidentAtlanta Habitat for HumanityFinancial HighlightsSummary of Operations 2005Sources of CashDonations $ 676,000House Sponsors – Corporate $ 2,065,000House Sponsors – Faith-Based/Civic $ 1,034,000Foundations & Other Grants $ 493,000Special Events/Merchandise $ 78,000Homeowner Mortgage & Escrow Payments $ 2,322,000Homeowner Loan Payoffs $ 282,000ReStore Net Income $ 126,000Net Proceeds from Notes Payable $ 0Other $ 22,000Total Cash Receipts $ 7,098,000These financials are prepared on a cash basis.Financial information is unaudited. Audited financials are availableby calling (404) 223-5180, ext. 128.ExpendituresConstruction Program $ 4,094,000Property Acquisition $ 1,009,000Program Services $ 639,000Administrative Services $ 592,000Development/Communications $ 407,000Net Repayments of Notes Payable $ 0Total Expenditures $ 6,741,000INCREASE IN OPERATING CASH $ 357,000Capital Campaign Receipts $ 404,000Capital Campaign Expenditures $ 355,000Net Capital Campaign $ 49,000Depreciation & Asset Disposals $ (102,000)INCREASE IN CASH $ 304,00010

When you make a donation to Atlanta Habitatfor Humanity, volunteer at build sites, serveon a committee, or work in the ReStore, youare making a contribution to the future ofAtlanta – our city, our home.We are the one Habitat organization that is exclusivelycommitted to Atlanta. Other affiliates focuson outlying communities, and the internationalorganization embraces a worldwide mission. AtAtlanta Habitat, we concentrate our efforts onAtlanta’s neighborhoods.In this annual report, we want to tell youhow your support directly touches the lives ofAtlanta working families from Adair Park toWestwood Terrace.A Busy and Vibrant YearEvery year presents new opportunities in termsof securing funding and volunteers. Such was thecase in 2005. Early in the year, Clark Howardcontinued his dedication to our cause, rallying hislisteners to join him in building his 19th and 20thhomes. (Howard’s 20th home was also our 800thHabitat home built in the city.) Piedmont Hospitalcommemorated its 100th birthday by building ahome in the Peoplestown neighborhood, near theoriginal Piedmont Sanatorium site.Sadly, in the fall, Atlanta Habitat joined therest of the nation as we watched disaster strikethe Gulf Coast. We realized that our challenge ofproviding affordable housing would become evengreater, as more families moved to our city. Asalways, our supporters rose to the occasion.Two wonderful new “angels” appeared to hostunexpected events. JOËL, Ronus Properties andother tenants and owners of Piazza at Paces raisedmore than $100,000 to support Gulf Coast familieswho want to stay in Atlanta and purchase homesthrough our program. At the end of the year, thefolks at 92.9 dave fm held their first annual “Callto AuCTION” and raised more than $50,000for our endeavors. Both occasions were wonderfulsurprises for which we are truly grateful.A Year of BeginningsIn February, we started a new partnership withCharitable Asset Conversion LLC. This companymakes it possible for us to turn “gifts-in-kind,”such as large quantities of office furniture oroverstocked inventory, into cash we can use tomeet other needs.2005 was also the year we began our multimilliondollar capital campaign, “For Our Future:Building Houses, Building Hope.” With RonTerwilliger as chairman, this effort has been agreat success. The contributions to the campaignare being used to acquire land and replenish ourFaith and Community Partnership Fund, whichhelps faith-based and civic groups with house sponsorshipfees. Both of these resources – buildablesites and dedicated volunteers – are critical.Atlanta Habitat launched a much-expandedfinancial education program, including one-ononecounseling sessions for every new homeowner.We created a new website, a new staffing plan anda new three-year business strategy for our retailoperation, the ReStore.Outlook for the Year AheadAtlanta Habitat is well on its way to helping 50 morefamilies earn their own Atlanta home in 2006.It is a goal we will be able to accomplish becauseso many will give so much to this vital mission.To every volunteer, sponsor, donor and staffmember, we thank you for what you have doneand what you willingly continue to do.Linda Arnold ParrishChair, Board of DirectorsLarrie D. MartinPresident and Executive Director11

EVERY CONTRIBUTION LEADS BACK TO YOUAtlanta Habitat gratefully acknowledges the many individuals and organizations whose contributionssupport homebuyer outreach and education, land acquisition, site development, home construction andoperational expenses.HOUSE SPONSORSThe following organizations built oneor more houses:All Saints Catholic ChurchAlston & Bird LLPAtlanta Board of REALTORS®Atlanta Women BuildCathedral of Christ the KingCentral Michigan UniversityClark HowardCox EnterprisesGeorgia-Pacific CorporationThe Home Depot – IT TeamMarist School Women BuildMcKessonMorrison Management SpecialistsPeachtree Presbyterian Church (2)Peachtree Road United MethodistChurch (2)Piedmont HospitalThe following organizations partneredtogether to build homes:Andersen Windows & Doors,First Preston Management,HomeVestorsSt. Benedict’s Catholic Church,Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic ChurchClark Howard and Rev. Nancy F.Noblin FoundationCorpus Christi Catholic Church,First Presbyterian Church,Peachtree Christian Church,Sacred Heart Catholic ChurchDunwoody United MethodistChurch, St. James UnitedMethodist Church – AlpharettaBig Bethel AME Church, Cathedralof St. Philip, Holy Innocents’Episcopal ChurchBrookhaven Christian Church,Brookhaven United MethodistChurch, Oglethorpe PresbyterianChurch, Our Lady of theAssumption Catholic Church,St. James United MethodistChurch, St. Martin in the FieldsEpiscopal ChurchDodd-Sterling United MethodistChurch, St. Luke’s PresbyterianChurchCascade United MethodistChurch, Glenn Memorial UnitedMethodist ChurchAGL Resources, EquifaxTechnology Build – AGL Resources,BellSouth, Coca-Cola Company,Delta, GE Energy, Georgia-PacificCorporation, Federal HomeLoan Bank of Atlanta, SouthernCompany, TechBridgeCovenant Presbyterian Church,Mt. Zion United MethodistChurch, St. James UnitedMethodist Church, Welcome AllBaptist Church, West MitchellCME ChurchGE Consumer Finance, GE EnergyBuildable Hours – Coca-ColaCompany – Legal Division; DuaneMorris LLP; FTI Consulting; GrantThornton LLP; Greenberg Traurig,LLP; King & Spalding LLP;KPMG LLP; McKenna Long &Aldridge LLP; Nelson Mullins Riley& Scarborough, LLP; Paul, Hastings,Janofsky & Walker LLP; SeyfarthShaw LLP; Smith, Currie &Hancock LLP; Weinberg, Wheeler,Hudgins, Gunn & Dial, LLCBuildable Hours – Clear ChannelEntertainment; Drew Eckl &Farnham, LLP; MARTA; Smith &Howard, PC; Wells FargoDial Corporation, Publix SuperMarketsCitigroup, Havertys FurnitureCompanies, Smith BarneyFirst Christian Church of Atlanta,First Presbyterian Church,Morningside PresbyterianChurch, Mt. Moriah MissionaryBaptist Church – Tucker, OurLady of Lourdes Catholic Church,Trammell Crow CompanyEmmanuel Lutheran Church,First Congregational Church,The Genesis CommunityCongregation, Lutheran Churchof the Redeemer, St. Mark UnitedMethodist ChurchAhavath Achim Synagogue,All Saints Christ’s Church United,Atlanta Union Mission-Carpenter’sHouse, Collins Memorial UnitedMethodist Church, GreaterSpringfield Baptist Church,Marcus Jewish CommunityCenter, Northside Drive BaptistChurch, St. Anne’s EpiscopalChurch, Trinity Presbyterian ChurchArchstone-Smith, Emory Habitat forHumanity Campus Chapter, TheMead Family Foundation, WieucaRoad Baptist ChurchDeloitte, SAP AmericaThe Lovett School, Marist School,Pace Academy, St. Pius X CatholicSchool, The Westminster SchoolsAIG, Ford & Harrison LLP, HRworks,MonsterThe Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam,Buckhead Community Fellowship,The Catholic Shrine of theImmaculate Conception, CentralPresbyterian Church, New LifePresbyterian Church, SaintAnthony of Padua CatholicChurch/Verizon, St. DunstansEpiscopal, The Temple, TempleSinai, Trinity United MethodistChurch, Unitarian UniversalistCongregation of AtlantaCascade United Methodist Church,Delta Sigma Theta – AtlantaAlumnae ChapterHenry W. Grady High School,Home Interiors & Gifts,The Muntzing FamilyThe following organizationssponsored Habitat II projects:Buckhead Rotary ClubMidtown Atlanta Rotary ClubGrantsThe following foundations andorganizations provided supportthrough grants:$100,000 and AboveThe Community DevelopmentBlock Grant (CDBG) throughthe City of Atlanta and the U.S.Department of Housing andUrban DevelopmentFederal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta12

The Self-Help HomeownershipOpportunity Program (SHOP)through Habitat for HumanityInternational and the U.S.Department of Housing andUrban DevelopmentThe Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation$10,000 to $24,999Bank of AmericaThe Forrest C. Lattner FoundationThe Wilson Family Foundation$1,000 to $9,999The Warrick Dunn FoundationThe E.D.M. Schachner FoundationHomeBancThe Weber Family FoundationFoundation 1000The following individuals andorganizations provided unrestrictedgifts of $1,000 or more:$10,000 and AboveMr. and Mrs. Richard ArrollDan and Merrie BooneThe Eugene and Martha CaldwellFoundationThe Edward Colston Foundation, Inc.The Hammill Family FoundationLewis and Faye MandersonCharlotte Montague andTom ShieldsMr. and Mrs. William Vogel$5,000 to $9,999AnonymousAtlanta Capital Management Co.,LLCDr. Joy Browne$2,500 to $4,999Dave and Tammy ArtoskyJohn and Susan BurchJohn R. ClevelandMichael and Pamela GilesMr. and Mrs. Jonathan E. GreenCathy Harper and Phillip BradleyIowa Annual Conference of theUnited Methodist ChurchJ & T Management, Inc./Environmentally Beneficial Corp.The Kibler FoundationMarstrand FoundationMcMaster-Carr Supply CompanyDr. and Mrs. Mark PentecostPaul B. and Mildred SeydelFoundation, Inc.Bill and Carolyn SilzleMr. and Mrs. Alex Stickney, Jr.Marilyn ThompsonBob and Nancy Trusty$1,000 to $2,499Joan and Frank AlexanderAlan and Susan ArnoldAtlanta West CateringRhea BarrettJane C. BarwickEllen and Duncan BeardBrad and Mary BentonMary and Chip BentonJames and Christine BirdJudith BodnerMr. and Mrs. Danny BranchMr. and Mrs. Joseph BruderBuffington Family FoundationMr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Cambias, Sr.Susan M. CarterCecil and Amy ConleeDavid and Catherine DixonMr. and Mrs. William EarnestDurward FincherAdrienne and Norman FindleyFlohr Family FoundationMr. and Mrs. Matthew GarrettKatherine and Michael GillinJacquelyn L. GoodmanMr. and Mrs. Roy L. GordonThe Graves FoundationMr. and Mrs. Bernard GrayRichard and Debbie GriffithsMartha E. GrossMr. and Mrs. Eugene HallThe Roth Armstrong HayesFoundationHarvey and Alice HensonMichael and Nancy HensonThe Hollingsworth Family FundHome Safety CouncilDonald R. HouzeNancy and David HudakCharles T. HuddlestonChrista HuffsticklerMr. and Mrs. James W. HulingCarol JacksonDrs. Donald and Sandra JewellRobert and Rebecca KennedyKristen Kiersey and WilliamStanhopeMarianna and M. Todd KingWhitney KnollMr. and Mrs. Stephen KufflerStephen A. KuranoffThomas H. Lanier FoundationWilliam and Eleanor LawrenceThe Ledlie GroupMr. and Mrs. Matthew H. LevinThe Lipsitch and Levinson FundMary N. LongEmilie and Scott LongDan and Deborah MaddoxDan and Joann MaddoxJere and Jane MartinBob and Joan MathewsJohn and Lee McCollThomas McGowan and MalindaTeelGayle and Thomas McMahonBill and Marnie McMurryMcNeight Family FoundationRoy Douglas Mitchell, Jr.Chris and Jill MooreRichard G. Murphy TrustAnna M. NagyNational Air Traffic ControllersAssociation Charitable FoundationMr. and Mrs. Mark A. NormanCharlie OgburnMr. and Mrs. Marvin R. OglesbyMr. and Mrs. J. Stephen OlsenLinda and Trey ParrishJoan and Dan PattilloBill and Brooke PendletonJeffrey Pennell and Michelle HenkelMary K. PientonMark PighiniThe Pinetree FundMelanie and Mac Platt13

Lowe’s #1668M.D. Building ProductsMillennium Lighting, Inc.Mills PrideNortheastern Plastic Inc.OrgillPlumbing Distributors Inc.Proctor & GambleRain Bird CorporationEdgar ReevesWarren SteinbergToto USA Inc.Wonder Marketing/Leather CPRWood PartnersYale Residential Inc.14Don and Karen RamonBarbara and Ron ReidKevin Salwen and Joan King SalwenJoanna C. SchachnerRichard and Anne SchweitzerJill and John SeymourPolly and Charlie SimpsonDante StephensenBill and Wanda TimmBill and Beth TylerMarnie WalskiRonald and Lavone WichmanCharles WilsonDavid Wilson and Melody WilderWilsonVirginia WohlfordDawne Morgan and Greg WorthyGifts-In-KindThese companies donated productsfor every home:Alcan Aluminum Corporation-AlcanCable DivisionThe Dow Chemical CompanyHunter Douglas, Inc.OSI Sealants, Inc.Smithville IndustriesSquare D CompanySuper-SodValsparWhirlpool CorporationYale Residential Security ProductsThe following donors havecontributed services or productsvalued over $1,000:Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionBelow Ground PipelineCalla Cove Nursery, Inc.Clear Channel RadioDagasa Fixtures & Displays, Inc.Discovery Communications, IncGifts In Kind InternationalLeggett & PlattLowe’s of AlpharettaManheimThese donors have providedgenerously to our homeowners:A.C. White Transfer & StorageConner’s FloristPeachtree Presbyterian ChurchWilliams-SonomaReStoreThe following individuals andorganizations made productdonations to the ReStore valuedat $1,000 or more:ACE Home PlaceAirgas Safety SystemsArtistic Lighting and Designs Inc.Black & DeckerCentral Electric Products CompanyContract HardwareCustom Building ProductsE. Sam Jones Distributor Inc.European American Realty Ltd.F. & M. Hat CompanyMarce FullerGeorgia-Pacific CorporationGlobe Union CompanyThe Home Depot Transit CenterHughes Supply Inc.IlluminationsInsperience StudioInterDesignJohnson ElectricEdgar KlusmanKronotex USA, LLCLowe’sMatching Gift/Employee GivingProgramsThe following organizations matchemployees’ gifts and/or administeremployee giving programs:Aetna FoundationAGL Resources FoundationAllstateAltria Group, Inc.AMB Group, LLCAmerican ExpressAmerican Security GroupAmerica’s CharitiesAT&TBank of AmericaBellSouthThe Benevolink FoundationThe Arthur M. Blank FamilyFoundationBP FoundationThe Chase Manhattan FoundationChoicePoint Inc.The Chubb CorporationCingular WirelessCitigroup FoundationClorox Combined FoundationThe Club of Hearts, Inc.The Coca-Cola FoundationCommunity Foundation of CentralIllinoisCommunity Health Charities ofCaliforniaComputer Sciences CorporationWorkplace CampaignDell Direct Giving CampaignEquifaxExxon Mobil FoundationFannie Mae FoundationFederal Home Loan Bank of AtlantaCharitable TrustFleet Matching Gifts ProgramGAP FoundationGE Foundation

Georgia-PacificGlaxoSmithLineGoldman Sachs CompanyGrady Health SystemThe Home DepotHP Employee Charitable GivingProgramIBM CorporationIllinois Tool WorksING FoundationInstitute of Paper Science andTechnologyIntercontinental Hotels GroupKimberly-Clark FoundationKohll Marketing, Inc.KPMG LLPLouisiana-Pacific CorporationLubrizol FoundationJohn D. and Catherine T. MacArthurFoundationMcCar HomesMcCormick & Company, Inc.MDC HomesMerk Partnership for GivingMetlife FoundationMetropolitan Atlanta CombinedFederal CampaignMicrosoftMorgan Stanley Annual AppealNordson CorporationOnce For All, Inc.Oracle Matching Gifts ProgramPrudential FoundationRLI InsuranceRockdale FoundationRussell Corporation Matching GiftsSafeco InsuranceSAP Matching Gifts ProgramSiemensStarbucks Coffee CompanyStevens Graphics, Inc.SunTrust Bank One Pledge Plan, Inc.Tenet Healthcare FoundationUnilever Bestfoods North AmericaUnited TechnologiesUnited Way of Allegheny CountyUnited Way of DelawareUnited Way of Greater Los AngelesUnited Way of King CountyUnited Way of Metropolitan AtlantaUnited Way of Orange CountyUnited Way of Tri-StateVerizon FoundationWachoviaWellpoint Associate GivingWells FargoYahoo!Yancey Brothers CompanyFirm FoundationsThe following individuals have namedAtlanta Habitat for Humanity as abeneficiary in their estate plans:Jeanette AllenAnonymous (2)Hattie P. CarrollSharon ColemanRobert and Iris EskewLewis and Faye MandersonRev. Nancy NoblinDr. Waltraut J.H. SteinVirginia WohlfordCapital CampaignFor Our Future: Building Houses,Building Hope donors to date:$1,000,000 +AnonymousKendeda FundMr. Ron Terwilliger$500,000 to $999,999AGL Resources$100,000 to $499,999Dan and Merrie Boone, IIISartain Lanier Family Foundation$50,000 to $99,999James M. Cox Foundation of GeorgiaGeorgia-Pacific FoundationThe Rich FoundationKevin Salwen and Joan King Salwen$25,000 to $49,999Atlanta FoundationR. Howard Dobbs, Jr. FoundationAdrienne and Norman FindleyJohn H. & Wilhelmina D. HarlandCharitable FoundationCathy Harper and Phillip BradleyThe Imlay FoundationJoan and Dan Pattillo$10,000 to $24,999Mary and Chip BentonJohn and Mary Franklin FoundationKathleen and John N. GoffHardin Construction CompanyMr. John MayoueGayle and Thomas J. McMahonMr. Randy PirkleMr. Jack PortmanIda Alice Ryan Charitable TrustPolly and Charlie Simpson$1,000 to $9,999Ms. Jane C. BarwickChiquita and Michael BoardMr. and Mrs. Danny BranchH. James and Celest DallasMs. Louise FranklinThe Greene-Sawtell FoundationLynne and A.J. LandEmilie and Scott LongMary N. LongDan and Deborah MaddoxAmy Macklin and Erik SpeakmanLarrie Del and Joe MartinMary and Ray MaynardAngela and Art McClungLynn and Alan MerrillDawne Morgan and Greg WorthyLinda and Trey ParrishMark PighiniMelanie and Mac PlattDon and Karen RamonBarbara and Ron ReidJill and John SeymourJane and Jim SibleyRuby and Rodney SwannThe Mark and Evelyn TrammellFoundationCapital Campaign donor list compiledthrough June 21, 2006. Please notifythe Development Office at 404-223-5180ext. 128 of any omissions or errors.2005 Board ofDirectorsLinda A. Parrish, ChairKing & Spalding LLPDan Maddox, Jr., Vice-ChairGeorgia-Pacific CorporationThomas J. McMahon, SecretaryKaiser Permanente GeorgiaDan B. Pattillo, Jr., TreasurerJohn W. Rooker and Associates, Inc.Phillip A. Bradley, General CounselMcKenna Long & Aldridge, LLPMary T. BentonAlston & Bird LLPDan W. Boone, III, CFAAtlanta Capital Management Co.Danny BranchAtlanta FalconsAdrienne FindleyCommunity VolunteerJohn N. GoffCousins Properties Inc.Mary N. LongCommunity Volunteer15

Art McClungGeorgia PowerMark PighiniDeloitte & Touche LLPMelanie PlattAGL ResourcesDon R. RamonHomeBanc Mortgage Corp.Kevin G. SalwenWorthwhile MagazinePolly SimpsonCommunity VolunteerRuby SwannHomeBanc Mortgage CompanyGreg WorthyPowell Goldstein Frazer & MurphyLLP2005 AdvisoryCouncilBarbara Reid, ChairCommunity VolunteerSaleemah AbdulghafurHands On AtlantaFrank AlexanderEmory University School of LawTom ChapelCenters for Disease Control &PreventionH. James DallasMedtronicWilliam M. (Bill) EarnestCommunity VolunteerKathy HarberSouthern CompanyDarryl HicksCandidate for Secretary of State /Former Business ExecutiveCarol JacksonCommunity VolunteerKatharine KelleyGreen Street PropertiesCharlie KingKing Industrial RealtyJohn McCollCousins Properties Inc.Charlie McDonaldCrisis Management InternationalLynn W. MerrillCommunity VolunteerJames O. RodgersJ.O. Rodgers & Associates, Inc.Alexis ScottAtlanta Daily WorldJack SenterfittLambda Legal Defense & EducationFundSteve SmithTurner Broadcasting System, Inc.J. Ron TerwilligerTrammell-Crow ResidentialSue WielandJohn Wieland Homes &NeighborhoodsDonna C. WilliamsLive Urban Marketing2006 StaffExecutiveLarrie Del MartinPresident & Executive DirectorMarcus MeadowsReceptionistJudy ParkExecutive AdministratorConstructionRay MaynardConstruction DirectorJim BlackstoneAssistant Construction DirectorDenise ChildsHouseleaderSamuel ColeHouseleaderRenee DuboisAmeriCorps Assistant HouseleaderDrew HenleyHouseleaderJack JacksonAssistant Warehouse ManagerJenn KrixHouseleaderReid LockwoodHouseleaderLaurence McKinzieHouseleaderJason OwensHouseleaderAngela SealsHouseleaderValarie SmithHouseleaderWesley VaughnWarehouse ManagerDale WallaceHouseleaderBryan WigginsHouseleaderDevelopmentAmy MacklinDirector of Development &CommunicationsChris MartinSpecial Projects ConsultantMelissa MasonGrants Management ConsultantAndrew PassAmeriCorps Volunteer AdministratorJill RedmanSponsorship ManagerShannon SandersCommunications ManagerFinance & AdministrationJohn SeymourDirector of Finance & AdministrationJennifer ChisholmMortgage Services ManagerNary DamBusiness ManagerDebbie GriffithsFinancial ConsultantWanda TimmHomeowner Account AuditsFamily ServicesChiquita BoardDirector of Family ServicesGeneva Hall-SheltonHomeowner Selection ManagerKenneth SladeCommunity Liaison & HomeownerEducation ManagerLegalJane C. BarwickIn-House CounselSarah RosenblumAssociate CounselReal EstateJim SibleyDirector of Real EstateJudi BoardmanProperty Tax ConsultantWesley BoozerReal Estate ManagerJeff ErwinSite Development ManagerSarah LewisTax Specialist AmeriCorps VISTAJason SchaferAssistant Site DevelopmentManagerReStoreJoe SchaitbergerReStore ManagerGeorge PottsReStore Operations Coordinator16

WHERE WE GO NEXT DEPENDS ON YOUApproximately 85 cents of every dollar contributed goes directly intohome construction and homeowner programs and services.Sponsor a HomeYou can be the sole sponsor of a home – providing all the funds and volunteer labor – or you canshare the sponsorship with another organization. A group of mothers joined together to build ahome. Interfaith partnerships, student groups and teams of professionals from many differentbusinesses and service organizations have all committed to sponsor home builds. Sponsorshipopportunities vary, with financial commitments beginning at $5,000 and volunteer groups assmall as 20.Become a Donor$1,000 will buy siding to completely cover a house.$500 will buy the shingles for an entire roof.$250 will buy the 2”x4” studs to frame a new house.$50 will buy enough nails for a whole house.VolunteerUse your talents for a good cause. Atlanta Habitat needs help with special events, houseconstruction, administrative tasks, working in our ReStore, and much more.Make an In-Kind ContributionBy providing building materials, merchandise or services, you can keep Atlanta Habitatrunning smoothly.Build a Lasting LegacyWhen you remember Atlanta Habitat in your will, you leave a lasting reminder of yourcommitment to Atlanta’s future.Call 404-223-5180, ext. 128Fax 404-223-5103E-mail amy.macklin@atlantahabitat.orgClick www.atlantahabitat.orgWrite 519 Memorial Drive, SE Atlanta, Georgia 30312-2218Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical Christian organization dedicated to eliminating substandardhousing and to making adequate, affordable shelter a matter of conscience and action. Atlanta Habitathas an open-door policy: all who desire to be a part of this work are welcome, regardless of religion, race,sex, national origin, disability status, sexual orientation, marital status, age or veteran status as protectedby law. This policy applies to all employees, volunteers, financial supporters and homebuyer applicants.Designed and produced by Corporate Reports Inc./Atlanta www.corporatereport.comPhotography by Flip Chalfant www.flipchalfant.comPrinting by Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta

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