Throwing Ice Cream Socials for Homeowners

To show our appreciation for the current homeowners, Walton kicked off the summer with Ice Cream Socials at four Jackson County Homeowners Associations, Reserve at Liberty Park, Liberty Crossing, Heritage Point and Seasons at Pendergrass. Families enjoyed a complimentary ice cream truck at their neighborhood pool and had the chance to interact with Walton staff. Walton is the developer of these communities and we look forward to getting to know the current residents even better.


Supporting the Boys and Girls Club of Jackson County

On April 16, 2014, Walton Georgia staff joined together with other members of the community for the dedication of the new Boys and Girls Clubs of Jackson County Jim Moran Memorial Club building. Walton was proud to contribute $20,000 towards the construction of the building and look forward to continuing our support of great organizations like the Boys and Girls Club of Jackson County. To learn more about the Boys and Girls Club of Jackson County, visit



Providing Life-Changing Camp Experiences

Walton was proud to support Camp Twin Lakes and their efforts to provide life-changing camp experiences for children with serious illnesses, disabilities and other life challenges. Members of Walton’s staff volunteered alongside the Camp Will-A-Way staff and saw firsthand the impact that this program has on Barrow County’s youth. We look forward to continuing to support this organization. 

Helping End Child Abuse

Walton was the presenting sponsor of the second annual Primal Rush event benefitting The Tree House, a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening communities by reducing the occurrence and impact of child abuse through counseling, educating, supporting and nurturing children and families in Barrow, Banks and Jackson counties. Walton had a team participate in the race and was proud to support the organization.




Donating to end Domestic Violence

In June 2014, Walton staff joined together with hundreds of community members to participate in Peace Place’s 5K Run to End Domestic Violence. The event was held in Fort Yargo State Park and raised over $13,500. Walton is proud to support this organization and the great work they do to end domestic violence and abuse in Barrow and Jackson Counties. To learn more about the event, visit:


From left: Stephanie Byron (Walton Development & Management), Dr. Nicole Tobias (Peace Place, Executive Director), Rachel Love (5K Committee Chairperson), Peter Langham (Walton Development & Management) Photo taken by: Rena Johnson Photography