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Thank you, Jackson EMC

  7.01.2021   Home of Hope   Donate   No comments

Good news: last month, the Jackson EMC Foundation awarded a $15,000 grant to Home of Hope. “While COVID has the whole world stopped, Home of Hope has never closed its

Recent retiree gives and serves to see life change

Last November, Doug Meyer and his business partner sold their local group of childcare centers. What does he do now that he’s retired? He serves on the board at Home

Are You Guilty…?

ARE YOU GUILTY… Of Judging What Homelessness Looks Like? Take a good look around the inside of your car.  Now imagine living in it with 3 young children. I know

Single mom discovers new hope, new extended family

When COVID-19 hit, Michelle found herself in a bleak situation. “I had people who were under contract just say, ‘I lost my job or whatever, and I can’t do this

Finding Hope: How a young mom learns to thrive

Earlier this year we featured a story on a young mother of two, LaToya, who had been living in hotel rooms or her car for over a year (you can

Meet our Kids: Lydia, Age 7

  Watch to see a glimpse into why we do what we do. Here Lydia, age 7, tells about her experience at Home of Hope and her newfound bravery and

Young mom overcomes setbacks, finds business success

She was pregnant and incarcerated.  Schylundye, a former pre-med student at Georgia State University, was in a tough spot and her life felt hopeless. A difficult gallbladder surgery while 20

Home of Hope Featured on WSB-TV

Did you catch us on WSB-TV’s People 2 People? They featured us last month, showing how Home of Hope has supported moms and kids during the Covid-19 pandemic. Click here

Sell-out crowd expected at first-ever Home of Hope golf tourney

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,

For the present and the future

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