Builders’ Ball Event Supports Recovery

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011
Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic recently received a generous donation from the sponsors of the Builders’ Ball, an annual charity

Debby Taylor, Senior Vice President and Regional Director of Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic, and Bruce McLeod, Mid-Atlantic Board Chairman, receive a check from the the funds raised at this year's Builders' Ball in Washington, DC.

event that brings together the Washington, DC area’s leading design, real estate, and construction professionals. This year’s Builders’ Ball was held on November 19, 2011 at the National Building Museum, where Phoenix Houses of the Mid Atlantic received an initial check for $44,000 in support of a project to renovate and upgrade the organization’s Boys Recovery Lodge Program. The renovation will provide for a more functional and attractive school classroom for the 16 adolescent male residents receiving treatment. Additionally, the project will enhance the residential lounge area, creating a more comfortable and therapeutic community living space.

Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic thanks all of this year’s generous Builders’ Ball sponsors, including: American Council of Engineering Companies of Metro Washington; AIA, Northern Virginia Chapter; AIA, Washington DC Chapter; Associated Builders and Contractors of Metropolitan Washington; Associated Builders and Contractors – Virginia Chapter; Associated General Contractors of Metro Washington DC; DC Metropolitan Subcontractors Association; District of Columbia Building Industry Association; IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter; National Association of Women in Construction Greater Washington DC Chapter; Society for Marketing Professional Services – DC Chapter; Society for Marketing Professional Services – National; Washington Building Congress.

Support from private businesses helps all Phoenix House regions accomplish their goals. To businesses throughout the country who support recovery, your altruism and generosity are much appreciated.

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