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
Dear Home of Hope Supporters, Volunteers and Community Partners, During this time of uncertainty, we want to reassure you that we are open and continuing to serve our families in
She’s been helping moms in need for more than 20 years. Director of Operations Renita Pollard joined the Home of Hope family in 2004. But that’s just part of her