Quest Communities receives a proclamation for 20 years of service in the affordable housing space on Atlanta’s Westside.
20 Years In The Making
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners recognized Quest Communities for their transformative services that have supported marginally housed persons on Atlanta's Westside and celebrates with them on the 20th anniversary and does hereby proclaim Wednesday, December, 1st, 2021 as Quest Community Development Appreciation Day in Fulton County, Georgia.
December, 1st, 2021 Proclaimed as: Quest Community Development Appreciation Day
Founded in 2001, Quest Community Development Corporation, began as a grass roots organization that started with $30,000 and increased to an annual operational budget of 4.5 million.
Quest has earned assets in excess of 39 million and has secured over 100 million in government grants and subsidy support for affordable housing.
Quest owns and/or manages over 200 housing units, 11 single family homes, and 4 commercial properties on the westside of Atlanta and manages the personal finances of over 500 clients throughout the state of Georgia for whom social security has deemed unable to manage their own finances.
For 20 years Quest Communities has created intentional communities to demonstrate that everyone deserves an opportunity to achieve their goals and dreams and has strived to build stable and vibrant communities for those who have been disenfranchised.