In the Community Archive

February 23, 2018

(Merrillville, Ind.) - On February 23, Holladay Properties staff and friends gathered at Avalon Manner in Merrillville, Ind. to enjoy a Winter Wonderland, a benefit for Junior Achievement of Chicago - Northwest Indiana Division. Drew Mitchell, VP - Development (LaGrange, Ill.) and Jessica Vargas, Project Architect (Portage, Ind.) are board members of JA NWI, a nonprofit organization that provides unique learning experiences for students throughout Northwest Indiana. All proceeds from the event help fund JA's programs, which are designed to strengthen students' awareness of the critical pillars: Financial Literacy, Work Readiness, and Entrepreneurship.

Read the blog post, Recognizing Our People in the Community - Drew Mitchell & Jessica Vargas, for full details.

February 23, 2018

(Nashville, TN) - 20 Holladay in the Community volunteers recently gave 25 hours of hope for today at the Nashville Rescue Mission Women’s Campus, working in the kitchen and the warehouse. In the kitchen, the volunteers plated and served food to women and children in need as well as cleaned up the service area. In the warehouse, the group sorted, organized and shelved clothing donations for future distribution to women and children in need. Nashville Rescue Mission is a Christ-centered community dedicated to providing hope for today, tomorrow and eternity to the hungry, homeless and hurting in Middle Tennessee. Read the blog post, Hope for Today, for full details.

March 16, 2018

(Nashville, Tenn.) - On March 16, the Madness was felt in the main Nashville office with a Hoops Contest for a Cause. With a $5 entry fee, employees participated in a bracket-style tournament to shoot basketball hoops in an over-the-door hoop that was set up in the Board Room. The money raised from entries and other contributions was donated to Give Me 10, a nonprofit community led movement to address the issue of hunger among children in East Nashville. Currently, East Nashville has 6 districts with a 30% poverty rate or higher (2-times the national rate). Give Me 10 was founded in 2013 in response to students, who depend on school meals, facing hunger during school breaks. Supported by the community and local schools, Give Me 10 has met the food, clothing and other daily needs of more than 200 East Nashville families.

March 24, 2018

(Nashville, TN) - Holladay Properties recently partnered with American Red Cross for a blood drive. The mobile blood drive bus parked in front Holladay’s main office (Nashville, TN) and was open to the employees of the AmeriPlex at Elm Hill business park. The drive collected 15 units and had three first-time donors.

March, 2018

(Fairfax, VA) - In March, Holladay Properties hosted an electronic recycling event in conjunction with Ampajen Solutions and Goodwill of Greater Washington at the Yorktown 50 property located at 8316 Arlington Blvd. The event enabled practices and employees at the facility to recycle electronic equipment ranging from computers, monitors, laptops to gaming consoles. According to property manager Tina Rogers, the event was well received and gathered 525 pounds of electronics. Goodwill provides certified data destruction and then will either resell usable equipment or Dell Computers will recycle the components. This project also benefits the environment as it helps keep toxic waste out of landfills.

2017 Community Events