CHARITY & VOLUNTEERING
Christmas Nominations – December 2020
This Holiday season New City Homes wanted to extend support to assist families in need. We asked our customers for nominations and were able to provide Christmas presents for four families. We had some help picking up the gifts!
Thanksgiving Food Drive – November 2020
This year we were once again able to be a part of the Homeless Families Foundation’s Thanksgiving food drive! The pandemic has increased the number of youth and families living in poverty in our community and the Homeless Families Foundation has continued to provide essential services during this difficult time.
Full Throttle Open – September 2020
It was a beautiful day at Heritage Golf Club for the Full Throttle Open charity golf outing benefiting A Kid Again – Central Ohio. A Kid Again works tireless to bring smiles to the faces of children who really need it, and we are proud to support them.
2019 Homeless Families Foundation
Thanksgiving food drive
This year we were able to be a part of the Homeless Families Foundation’s Thanksgiving food drive!
This organization strives to educate and nurture children while empowering families to achieve stable housing and self-sufficiency. We are glad to help such an important mission!
Habitat for Humanity Mid-Ohio - November 2019
New City Homes was proud to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Mid-Ohio in November of 2019. Our team worked on a couple new construction homes with tasks including power sanding the floor, laying down flooring in bedrooms and the basement, and working on siding for the family’s shed. Habitat for Humanity is a wonderful association and we were grateful for the opportunity to assist an organization so committed to helping the community!
Franklinton Litter League May-September 2019
This summer, our office celebrated Franklinton Fridays with a monthly Litter League pickup. We enjoyed being out in the neighborhood and helping clean up the surrounding streets.
Realtor Care Day- June 2019
Our staff volunteered at Realtor Care Day in Milo Grogan! We spent our day at stop #8 on the map, a home owned by the oldest resident of Milo-Grogan at 97 years old! ️We scraped & painted the foundation walls, trimmed trees & bushes, pulled weeds, planted flowers, spread mulch, and cut the grass.
HFF Holiday Store - December 2018
This year our staff was able to participate in the Homeless Families Foundation’s Holiday Store! This program allows parents to select free gifts for their children ranging in age from newborn to 18 years old. Parents get to shop the holiday store and assist volunteers in wrapping the gifts for their kids!
Thanksgiving Food Drive at the Gladden Community House
- November 2018
We enjoyed getting to know the great folks at the Gladden Community House and First Community Church at the Thanksgiving dinner food drive for neighborhood families in Franklinton!
NBC4 "Stuff The Backpack" School Supply Drive
- August 2018
It's Back-to-school time! NBC4 launched a summer-long school supply drive to help Columbus City School students succeed in the 2018-2019 school year. A big thank you to all of our staff that donated!
YMCA "Adopt a Family"
- December 2017
New City Homes is very excited to participate in The Early Childhood Resource Network Family Support Program through The YMCA this Christmas season. We signed up to “adopt a family” for Christmas and Brian Knoppe and his wife Emily had a great time shopping on behalf of our company to fulfill the family’s Christmas wish list this year. We hope it gives them a little hope and some smiles this holiday season.
Gladden Community House
Food Drive - November 2017
"To our friends,
Thank you for your generous donation to our food pantry. We serve about 1,000 families every month and we could not do so without the support of our community.
Gladden Community House"
Habitat for Humanity Mid-Ohio - August 2017
On August 22, 2017, some of our office staff engaged in volunteer work to assist Habitat for Humanity Mid-Ohio. The specific project we worked on was a home that was in its early stages of construction. Our 9-person volunteer team worked on various aspects of the home-building process, including wall framing, post installation and other general framing work. Although the weather was not in our favor the latter half of the day, we all felt a great sense of accomplishment with our efforts up to that point. It was a unique experience that emphasized the aspects of teamwork and giving. We take pride in the fact that our actions will have a positive impact on the future homeowners’ lives.