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After years of watching television makeovers for families in need but without the connections to be part of one, Angie discovered Two Sparrows Village. 

Because of her relationship with a developmentally challenged cousin, Angie was immediately drawn to the organization's mission to provide housing for adults. 

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Two Sparrows Village

AT CHRISTIAN CITY

Thrilled to be able to use her design and project management skills to give back to her community, Angie volunteered for fourteen months to renovate and transform a 1950's-era building into housing for four developmentally-challenged adults and an on-site manager/guardian.  It was the first of its kind in the state of Georgia.

 

She volunteered alongside the architect, construction manager, team lead for Delta Technical Operations, and professionals from various organizations to bring the project to life. Emilie Morrison, design assistant, sourced beautiful products, and as an unexpected bonus, Emilie's adult brother with cerebral palsy weighed in on the space planning and furniture layout. 

Angie continues to support the organization through sponsorships, fundraising, and as an occasional featured speaker at their events.

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Palmer Kay Design_Interior Design_Peachtree City, GA

Two Sparrows Bird Bash

TERRY CHAPMAN HUMANITARIAN AWARD

As a member of the Business Women of Fayette and Coweta County since 2020, Angie has championed the Two Sparrows Organization as a grant recipient of funds raised at the annual Spring Swing event.  In 2022, she served on the event committee, participated in individual fundraising, and secured a celebrity movie director as a featured speaker at the event.

At the 2023 Two Sparrows annual fundraiser called the Bird Bash, Angie was recognized as one of the first recipients of the Terry Chapman Humanitarian Award for her volunteer efforts to design and build the first cottage. 

Terry Chapman was an incredible human being who spent over 30 years volunteering with Christian City and Habitat for Humanity.  Angie worked with him on the cottage and she is honored to have received an award bearing his name.

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