HouseProud Atlanta Announces New Senior-Focused Safety Initiative

HouseProud Atlanta will hold a press event to announce a new initiative that aims to enhance senior safety in Atlanta with Congresswoman Nikema Williams, Mayor Andre Dickens, and representatives from Ring and Amazon in attendance. HouseProud and Ring, whose mission is to make neighborhoods safer, are collaborating to help promote safety and peace of mind for local seniors and share how technology can support aging in place. HouseProud will share details of the initiative at the event intended to support some of Atlanta’s most vulnerable residents.

WHAT: Press event to announce Ring’s donation and discuss HouseProud’s work that ensures Atlanta’s vulnerable senior residents remain warm, safe, and dry in their homes. The press event will be immediately followed by a Community Impact Day (CID), where local Amazon volunteers will help a local senior with home revitalization projects.

WHEN: Monday, August 8, 2022, at 10:00AM


  • Congresswoman Nikema Williams, serving Georgia’s 5th congressional district
  • Mayor Andre Dickens
  • Lisa Flowers Jones, Executive Director of HouseProud Atlanta
  • Smith Hollis, Jr., HouseProud client and local senior
  • Brandon Webb, Amazon Senior Public Policy Manager
  • Terreta Rodgers, Amazon Head of Community Affairs, Atlanta Region


Home of Smith Hollis, Jr.
964 Oriole Drive SW
Atlanta, GA 30311

About HouseProud Atlanta

HouseProud Atlanta is a non-profit organization that has served senior, disabled, and veteran homeowners since 2012, by ensuring they remain warm, safe, and dry in their homes. HouseProud works with licensed, professional contractors to provide high-quality home repairs and improvements, as well as with volunteers who perform skill-level-appropriate work – painting, landscaping, etc. – through the group’s extensive calendar of Community Impact Days (CIDs.) In addition to making physical improvements to clients’ homes, HouseProud seeks to help seniors remain connected and feel supported in their changing neighborhoods. Learn more at