have announced a joint donation of $35,000 to Mobile Loaves & Fishes (MLF)
to help provide housing to people leaving chronic homeless in the Austin, Texas region. MLF is an Austin, Texas-based non-profit that serves that city’s homeless community. One of MLF’s core programs is Community First! Village, a development that provides affordable, permanent housing and a supportive community for men and women coming out of chronic homelessness.
MLF is adding 200 micro-homes and 100 RV homes to its Community First! Village, which will increase capacity to 480 formerly homeless individuals. The Volly-Docutech joint donation will go toward the construction of an RV home.
“Mobile Loaves & Fishes’ tireless work to transform for the better the lives of Austin’s most vulnerable is truly inspirational,” said Volly Chief Executive Officer Jerry Halbrook. “It’s proof that simple kindness does indeed go a long way. We are thrilled to be supporting this unique and compassionate organization and the noble cause of caring for the homeless.”
Amy Brandt, Docutech’s CEO, said: “At Docutech, we understand that housing is a critical need for all people, and we are excited to contribute to the collaboration that is making the Community First! Village a reality. It’s important for companies that participate in the housing ecosystem to give back to the communities they serve.”