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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

Give Hope Campaign

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

Quarantine Catering: Serving from the Heart

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

From struggling to supported: Torielle’s story

“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

Set up for success: Home of Hope offers young moms the chance to thrive

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