It’s a fundraiser 20 years in the making. For more than two decades, North Gwinnett Kiwanis Club has been organizing golf fundraisers for various kid-based community projects. And this year,
Whether it’s the middle of a pandemic or life as normal, people willing to give their time to help others are a blessing. Amber McKnight, a new Home of Hope
During this pandemic, with more evictions looming, we’re anticipating even more homeless moms and children asking for help. We want to give them the opportunity for a completely new life
When COVID-19 started and people began sheltering at home, it affected Home of Hope in several different ways – including leaving them short-staffed in the kitchen. Executive Director Maureen Kornowa
“I can’t believe I did this to myself, again.” This was the thought of Torielle, a young, single mother just trying to get by while caring for her then preschool-aged
When you can’t make ends meet, when people are hoping you will fail, when “home” is a hotel room or worse, life seems impossible. That’s where LaToya found herself in
Listen in as Torielle shares how she is adapting to work-at-home life during COVID-19 at Home of Hope.
We know you can’t visit us in person right now so we decided to take you on a virtual tour. Come on in!
“We have an awesome team. They bring a great effort and a great talent to all we do. Our whole goal [as a team] is to provide that therapeutic environment
It all started with a Google search. That’s how Tafi Jaji, general manager for Rick Hendrick Chevrolet in Duluth, first discovered Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter. Back in