Adam’s Place moves to new location with help from Move 4 Less’s Community Program
Beginning July 1st 2020, local nonprofit, Adam’s Place, will be operating out of a new space at 1120 Shadow Lane in Las Vegas. The move is made possible thanks to the donated service & manpower of local company, Move 4 Less.
“We are so grateful for Move 4 Less for all their help to make this a less stressful situation,” said Adam’s Place founder Kelly Thomas Boyers. “This donation could not have come at a better time. We had not budgeted for a move and like many others in our community, we are doing more with less. It takes other community stakeholders to help us, help others.”
Move 4 Less has created the Moving Our Community program that will provide moving services to four (4) local Las Vegas families who have to move from their current residence due to COVID-19-related circumstances. THE MOVES WILL BE AT NO COST TO THE FAMILIES. Costs for the move will be paid for personally by the owners of Move 4 Less at their regular move rates.
Move 4 Less’s General Sales Manger, Eyrick Gibson, said his company is aware of the economic realities many in the community are facing and his team members want to do what they can to help. And when it comes to Adam’s Place, Gibson said it’s an easy decision to extend special help to this nonprofit because of what Kelly and her team do everyday for young people.
“The services they provide are so important and can make a major difference for the kids struggling to cope with major loss in their lives,” said Gibson. “We believe by helping Adam’s Place get to their new location smoothly, they can concentrate on what they do best which is helping children and continue to bring awareness to their organization.”
Adam’s Place new location at 1120 Shadow Lane will provide a larger space for support group meetings. The nonprofit is continuing to provide virtual programs and resources in an effort to promote safe social-distancing. This includes 2 virtual seminars this month targeting K-12 educators and counselors, focusing on the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and teens and how local schools can prepare to be strong support systems outside the home.
Adam’s Place currently works with more than 300 youths every year. The non-profit also provides quarterly workshops on healthy coping skills for adults, along with training for teachers, counselors, and social workers. Donations and sponsorships for Adam’s Place programs and services are always appreciated. All of the money received stay here in the local community.
Adam’s Place is grateful for their sponsors & supporters who make their work possible. They include Jaguar Land Rover Las Vegas, Sierra Heating and Air Conditioning, Windermere Prestige Properties, Bank of Nevada, UNLV School of Medicine, Gaming Arts, National Youth Sports Nevada, University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, Born and Raised, Hausbeck Brand, The Godfather, Brady Industries, and Move 4 Less.