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A.C.E. Attends Builders for Babies 2019 Event Benefiting HomeAid OC’s Essentials Diaper Drive

Construction Software Company Gives Back to Homeless Families as Bronze Sponsor

A.C.E. recently had the honor of supporting HomeAid Orange County’s Essentials Diaper Drive by attending the Builders for Babies event at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on April 21. As a bronze sponsor, A.C.E. contributed the equivalent of 3,000 diapers to families in need with HomeAid’s Orange County chapter collecting over 1.1 million diapers in total.

“Not only is A.C.E. committed to supporting HomeAid on an ongoing basis, but the Builders for Babies diaper drive is particularly near and dear to my heart because I recently brought a little one of my own into the world,” said Brandon Wilson, founder of ACE. “I know firsthand how many diapers a child goes through on a daily basis, and while my wife and I are lucky enough to provide our daughter with everything she needs, there are many families in Orange County who are not as fortunate. We’re proud to join such a worthy cause as a bronze sponsor of this event.”

The A.C.E. team attended the event (with its littlest team member in tow), to mix and mingle and enjoy the diaper displays put together by some of OC’s finest builders, including William Lyon Homes, Brookfield Residential, Lennar, Meritage Homes and more.

In addition to monetary contributions made by sponsors and the organization’s supporters leading up to the event, do-gooders made diaper drop-offs throughout the day at Angel Stadium. As a result of campaigns conducted by HomeAid chapters in California, Colorado and Utah, the organization was able to collect more than 2.4 million diapers overall during this year’s Builders for Babies drive.

As a company dedicated to giving back to those in need, A.C.E. is proud to stand alongside builders, subcontractors and other businesses in Orange County’s new home construction industry in support of HomeAid OC. Click here for more information about A.C.E. and its give back mission.

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