Kids’ Food Basket & Avalon employees help cure child hunger

GRAND RAPIDS (MI) – – We take our hats off to a non-profit organization and a few of our employees that are helping nearly 7,500 children in our West Michigan community.

Some Avalon Building Concepts employees participated in the 14th Annual Norm Ginebaugh Charity Golf Classic. We received a letter in the mail today from the Grand Rapids North Kiwanis Club. The letter says the event raised more than $12,000 for Kids’ Food Basket.

The non-profit organization attacks childhood hunger right here in West Michigan while helping young people learn and live well. Their Sack Supper program serves nearly 7,500 children each weekday.

Avalon Building Concepts would like to thank the Grand Rapids North Kiwanis Club and Kids Food Basket for their great efforts to feed our neighbors right here in West Michigan.

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Avalon is a two-time GAF President’s Club Award winner, a Mastic Preferred Contractor and a member of the Home Builders Association of Greater Grand Rapids. Avalon Building Concepts also gets recognized for customer service as a top rated company on Home Advisor, boasting an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, an A rating with Angie’s List and a 2015 Super Service Award.

With 30 years of experience, fair pricing, job-site professionalism, and on-time appointments, Avalon continues to satisfy homeowners in the Grand Rapids and surrounding areas.

Avalon provides homeowners with high-quality services using top-notch materials to create dependable home improvements.

Siding, roofing, insulation and window replacement are just a few of the ways that Avalon Building Concepts adds value, beauty and comfort to customers homes.

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