We are proud to support the following organizations working to make a positive impact in our community.

HOMe provides transitional housing, food, and support services with dignity and accountability to Mooresville's homeless women and children, empowering them to become productive members of our community. Adams +Associates donated Architectural and Engineering services to transform a small existing house into a transitional housing facility. Designed to commercial construction standards for public safety and welfare, the facility provides the warm feeling of a single family home. In addition, to commemorate the 25th business anniversary of Adams + Associates Architecture, Ross Adams and his wife Rosi donated the funds for HOMe to purchase a passenger van, which gives HOMe's guests access to parenting classes, Mooresville Soup Kitchen, job placement services, and doctor appointments. Since it opened in 2017, HOMe quickly filled up and has already allowed one mother to be reunited with her three children. We are confident HOMe will continue to positively impact lives in the future.

"Hope of Mooresville (HOMe) was fortunate to have Adams + Associates Architecture as an essential community partner to help us build a transitional house for homeless women and children in Mooresville. Our project was unique because we needed a commercial building but wanted a homey feel so our guests would feel safe and comfortable.

We needed a team with experience to guide us through creating a functional design and helping us navigate the challenging plan review process. Working with Adams + Associates Architecture was easy and professional; we are beyond pleased with the results. We are now open and serving the community thanks in large part to Adams + Associates Architecture."

- Amy DeCaron, HOMe Board Member

"Adams + Associates Architecture is the easiest architectural firm I have ever worked with."

- Tommy Chester, HOMe Board Member

Mooresville Soup Kitchen provides nourishing meals, fellowship, and encouragement to those in need in our community. Adams + Associates Architecture donated Architectural services to transform an existing auto parts store into a kitchen and dining facility, and for a later expansion to the facility. We continue to partner with the Soup Kitchen as their needs change and new opportunities arise. Mooresville Soup Kitchen serves approximately 150 guests each day and distributes another 1000 meals each week to local veterans, the elderly, and working families who are in need.

"Adams + Associates Architecture has been extremely supportive of the mission of MSK in our community. They consistently provide us with professional expertise with regard to our facilities and have been integral in adding on to our space and utilizing existing space to its fullest potential. They have also supported our mission by consistently providing items on our greatest needs list and sponsoring our LobsterFest fundraiser every year. We appreciate Adams + Associates Architecture and everything they do for MSK and our community."

- Lara Ingram, Mooresville Soup Kitchen Executive Director

Community Pregnancy Center of Lake Norman offers comprehensive practical and emotional support free of charge for women facing unplanned pregnancy. Adams + Associates Architecture donated Architectural services to transform an existing residence into a barrier-free facility for education and medical services. The facility includes examination rooms, counseling rooms, and a baby boutique.

"We cannot express enough how grateful we are to Adams + Associates Architecture for donating your architectural gifts and talents to the Community Pregnancy Center of Lake Norman. It is through your generosity, along with other businesses, that we have been able to extend hope and help to many women and children in our community. The new Huntersville Center is absolutely beautiful! One client stated, 'When you come to a place like this for help, you feel like you've hit rock bottom. But here, you feel so special and cared for.

Thank you Adams and Associates Architecture for being a part of their story and making this possible. "

- Jean Mimms, Director of the Community Pregnancy Center of Lake Norman