ICG Homes is pleased to announce that the company raised almost $6,000 for the Autism Society of North Carolina (ASNC) in 2014. Via its fundraiser called All Play for Autism, ICG Homes built two innovative play homes, one for a girl and one for a boy. Raffle tickets for these play homes were sold online, at the ICG Homes’ 2014 Parade of Homes entries, and by participating businesses in Raleigh’s Lafayette Village. 100% of the monies raised in ticket sales was donated to the ASNC. The home building company also donated a play home to a Raleigh family affected by autism.
“I’m proud to have contributed a substantial amount of time and resources in 2014 to All Play for Autism,” said Ryan Perry, CEO of ICG Homes. “Autism is a growing problem in the United States. This project was a small way I could show support for the leading statewide resource organization that serves individuals and families affected by the autism spectrum.”
“We are grateful for our partnership with ICG Homes,” said Tracey Sheriff, ASNC Chief Executive Officer. “This creative project not only provided support for our work to improve the lives of North Carolinians affected by autism but also brought joy directly to one of our families.”
Erin Isgett, whose children received the donated play home, said it would have several benefits for her two older children, both diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The children, ages 6 and 4, both love to play outdoors, but imaginative play does not come as easily to them as it does to other children, she said. The play home also will act as a bridge to other children, she said, giving her children a reason to invite friends and neighbors to their home.
Innovative Construction Group, LLC, otherwise known as ICG Homes, is a customer-oriented building company whose management comes with more than 30 years of industry experience. The company builds homes in all price ranges in targeted North Carolina cities and towns. ICG was founded with a mission of assembling a team of individuals with extensive knowledge, experience, and abilities to provide homes with innovative designs, superior quality, intricate trim details, and most of all, exceptional customer satisfaction. The ICG team embodies this mission daily by creating beautiful, well-built homes, and by their ongoing quest to offer fresh ideas and appealing new home features.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a lifelong developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life. Recent studies estimate that up to 1 of every 58 children born in North Carolina will be affected by ASD.
- For more than 44 years, the Autism Society of North Carolina has worked to address areas of need and expand services for the autism community in North Carolina. ASNC works to directly improve the lives of individuals affected by autism by providing advocacy, education, and services.
For more information on ASNC, call 1-800-442-2762 or visit www.autismsociety-nc.org. For more information on ICG Homes, call 919-876-5802 or visit www.icghomes.com.