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Heart of Maitland

Through Street Team Movement, Pinnacle Maitland helps to provide a safe place for homeless to wash their clothes.

Pinnacle was recognized as one of the best supportive housing providers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area at a lunch hosted by Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance. Our team members have nurtured partnerships at more than 160 apartments to provide counseling, job seeking services and more for residents. Pictured are James McClinton from Metro Dallas homeless Alliance, Michele Butler, Stewart Hill, and Jeina Parker.

AffordableTrainer Laura Moa spent time at the veteran-centric Freedom’s Path community teaching the onsite and regional teams. This 98-unit affordable lease-up sits on the premises of the VA Medical Center in Augusta and offers exceptional features along with supportive services such as resident education, employment and life skill training, and financial literacy.

Helping in the warehouse at United Against Poverty is one of Pinnacle Maitland’s chosen volunteer activities. The organization provides crisis care, case management, transformative education, food subsidy, employment training and more.

Give Kids theWorld is a popular volunteer spot for the Maitland team. They frequently help out in the kitchen for this organization that works with Make aWish foundation to spread happiness to seriously ill children.

Dallas regional team members packed the equivalent of 9,437 meals during their volunteer day at the NorthTexas Food Bank. Their efforts benefitted the School Pantry and Food 4 Kids programs, which helps provide students with food during the week and on weekends.

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