Talking about it is easy, but actions speak louder than words. What does it look like to truly serve? Rachel Spain is a part of Gwinnett Church, and if you
She’s twenty years old, expecting her third child, and has no family to rely on. To say her journey to Home of Hope has been challenging would be an understatement.
Bridgette is our food service coordinator and keeps our guests well fed, ensuring mealtimes run smoothly. She’s been a big part of our team since 2009 — always willing to
Michele is our overnight residential advisor who keeps things running smoothly at night. Coming into her ninth year with Home of Hope, this bingo lover and grandmother of four has
During quarantine, many found themselves with more free time than ever. Anna Melkerson was one of those people. A flight attendant on voluntary furlough, she asked a long-time friend where
Meet our newest member of Home of Hope, Tika Murphy! Tika is our weekend overnight residential advisor. While she comes to us from the human services field, helping people runs
There are only so many hours in the day. And life has a way of filling up those hours. So why spend time volunteering? For the Vanderpool family – dad
From coffee cake to crispy treats, one local bakery has helped to bring hope to the community in a time where hope has often been in short supply. Started by
Meet Tony Tanksley! He’s our director of finance and is celebrating seven years on our team. Learn more about Tony and what he loves about working at Home of Hope.
Get to know Maureen Kornowa, executive director here at Home of Hope, since 2014. How did you first hear about Home of Hope? In 2014, this facility was Gwinnett Children’s