Celebrate Home of Hope’s 35th Anniversary with us!

2022 is sure to be an exciting year – we’re celebrating 35 years of transforming children’s lives! Watch this video to hear from Home of Hope’s Executive Director, Maureen Kornowa,

Don’t miss our second annual Characters for Christmas event!

The holiday season is finally here, and we’re getting ready to spread some cheer with Characters for Christmas! Characters for Christmas started last year as a COVID-friendly way to bring

Best friends find a fresh start at Home of Hope

Sometimes it really is all about who you know. And having a community of cheerleaders rooting for your success? It’s a game changer. Just ask best friends Mary and Adrian.

Meet Eric Williams!

He’s our lead resident advisor and a long-time Home of Hope team member.  In fact, he’s been part of the Home of Hope family since 2005. Keep reading to learn

Say hello to Ashley Turner!

Ashley is one of our residential advisors and is celebrating two years on our team. Get to know Ashley and what she loves about working at Home of Hope. How

Gwinnett Church is “FOR Home of Hope”

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

Choosing better: Lexus’s journey

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.

Say hi to Bridgette Fredrick!

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

Meet Michele Barbee!

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

Serving from the heart – Anna Melkerson

  30.07.2021   Home of Hope   Volunteers   No comments

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