Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP’s 7th Annual Cheers event dedicated to raising awareness of local non-profits
ALPHARETTA, GA (PRWEB) October 8, 2019—Abel Solutions, Atlanta’s premier consulting firm helping customers achieve business excellence, today announced it is sponsoring the 7th Annual Morris, Manning & Martin Cheers event which will be held October 25, 2019, from 6 – 9pm at the Buckhead Club. The annual MMM Cheers event raises awareness and funds for local non-profits. This year’s MMM Cheers event will be showcasing The Drake House.
“We are very excited to be a sponsor for this year’s MMC Cheers event in support of The Drake House,” said Abel Solutions President David Hammond. “The Drake House has been helping keep families together for over 15 years and this event will continue to raise aware of their mission and impact to the community.”
Don’t miss this opportunity to mingle, network and donate to a worthy cause. Tickets are available here.
About Abel Solutions
For 25 years, Abel Solutions has focused on helping our customers develop and deploy solutions that deliver Business Excellence in terms of profitability, productivity, and competitive leadership. We believe that the most effective solutions are those that leverage and combine a customer’s current strengths and assets with new people, process, and technology capabilities to accomplish business goals. Our consultants have the knowledge, experience, and tools to deliver a portfolio of services including business strategy, collaboration solutions, dashboards and analytics, and managed cloud and IT services. To learn more about partnering with Abel Solutions, go to abelsolutions.staging.wpengine.com.
About The Drake House
Founded in 2004 by a Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce Leadership North Fulton class, The Drake House is the only private emergency residential housing facility in North Fulton. With a core objective of keeping families together, The Drake House and The Drake Village provide a lifeline of supportive housing and enrichment programs for homeless mothers and their children. This support enables formerly homeless children to remain in school without disruption to their education. The Drake House opened doors to families in June 2006 and has served over 460 families with more than 850 children as of February 2019. For more information, visit www.thedrakehouse.org.