Larry Webb and The New Home Company raise more than $15,000 for Interval House during open house celebration at company’s new headquarters
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (August 18, 2010) – The New Home Company has moved into new offices and has renewed its partnership with Interval House, an Orange County-based charity dedicated to aiding victims of abuse, abandonment and homelessness. The Company’s new 5,200-square-foot headquarters – at 95 Enterprise, Suite 325 in Aliso Viejo, California – provides ample space for expansion and situates the growing company in the heart of Southern California’s development corridor.
The New Home Company’s partnership with Interval House is a natural extension of CEO Larry Webb’s long-standing relationship with the charity, dating back to his tenure with John Laing Homes. Over the past 20 years, Webb has helped raise more than $1.75 million for Interval House. During its recent Open House celebration, The New Home Company announced its support for the charity’s 2010 Golf Tournament, scheduled for November 15 at the Mission Viejo Country Club. More than $15,000 was raised that evening when 35 golfers immediately signed up to participate.
“The last several months have been tremendously fruitful for The New Home Company,” said Webb. “Our new offices present us opportunities to more closely integrate our services and grow our business. Inaugurating our new space with Interval House made our Open House that much more significant. Interval House has been an inspirational partner to us for many years, and we’re thrilled to reconnect the relationship.”
Visit Facebook.com/TheNewHomeCompany to a watch video of Webb addressing his 200 guests or browse a photo album from the event. Golfers may also register to participate in the 2010 Interval House Golf Tournament by downloading a registration form from the company’s Facebook page.
About Interval House
The mission of Interval House is to provide crisis intervention and assistance to victims of domestic violence and individuals at risk for abuse from ethnically diverse and underserved communities. It also strives to eliminate violence and its resultant homelessness within targeted underserved populations by raising community awareness of the cultural dynamics of violence, promoting education about violence prevention, and mobilizing communities to end violence. Interval House was founded in 1979 as a lifeline to victims who were forced into isolation by cultural and linguistic barriers. Today, Interval House has strengthened its mission and purpose by offering programs and services in over 60 different languages.
About The New Home Company
The New Home Company was founded by four of the most respected leaders in residential development. It holds itself to the highest standards of design, execution and integrity, and it focuses on relationships with team members, trade partners, capital providers, landholders and homeowners. The New Home Company strives to build a better life for those who live in its communities. This distinguishes it in every respect: it has helped to provide better environments, contributed to better schools and supported communities with a deeper sense of social consciousness – all with a level of integrity, of respect, of compassion for the world in which we live. For more information about the company or its current new-home offerings, visit www.TheNewHomeCompany.com.
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