From Homeless, to Hopeful, to a Home of Their Own.
We’re not simply a place of refuge. For children experiencing homelessness, and their young moms, we are the next step toward independence.
See How Homelessness Affects Children in Gwinnett County
of children nationally who experience homelessness are under the age of six
Kids in Gwinnett County Public Schools identify as homeless
EXTRA housing units needed in the next 15 years to meet Gwinnett’s housing needs
“Home of Hope is an incredible organization that shows others God is FOR them through how they serve them. Gwinnett Church is proud to partner with them in their mission.”RACHEL SPAIN, GWINNETT CHURCH
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