KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 14, 2013 – Management Solutions LLC, the 2012 Small Business Administration National Subcontractor of the Year, will donate all proceeds from its Jan. 22, 2013, project management training course – Introduction to Primavera – to The Village, a Restoration House community for single-mother families. This is a great way for local business professionals and project managers to jump start 2013 with a professional development opportunity, while Management Solutions will also be investing in the community via The Village project. The Village, which is scheduled to open in late 2013, will serve as home for up to 24 families as they journey through The Restoration House program.
“We believe in being good stewards in our local community and are excited to start 2013 with this opportunity to extend our support to The Village through our project management training course,” said Misty Mayes, PMP, president of Management Solutions. “The Village is an important project for our community. It will make a significant impact on the lives of single mother families as well as the greater Knoxville community so we are excited to be able to support the capital campaign.”
To sign up for the class, please call 865-963-0400.
To make a donation directly to The Village project, please visit: www.therestorationhouse.net.
About The Village, a Restoration House community
The Restoration House is in the midst of a $3.5 million capital campaign to raise funds to build The Village, a community that will include up to 24 apartments for low-income single mother families, along with office and community space for the program. The Restoration House currently has the ability to help five families at a time, but The Village will more than quadruple the current capacity and reduce the per-family operations cost by 27%, all while expanding the services and support for single mothers and their children in one central community location. Over the next 10 years, The Village will have an impact on 140-160 single mothers and 280-320 children and an anticipated savings of $2.75 million in government services. The Village will help these families change their future and break the cycle of poverty. For more information visit: www.therestorationhouse.net.