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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,

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

Hear how our moms are working at home during Covid-19

Listen in as Torielle shares how she is adapting to work-at-home life during COVID-19 at Home of Hope.  

Join our Executive Director, Maureen Kornowa, on a virtual tour of our home

We know you can’t visit us in person right now so we decided to take you on a virtual tour. Come on in!

Meet Eric Williams, Residential Advisor

“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

Working together to make a difference: Hendricks Cares and Home of Hope

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

COVID-19 Announcement

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

Meet Renita Pollard

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

Sip & Swine BBQ Festival 2020

Hungry? How about a plate full of award-winning barbeque? One hundred of the best barbeque teams around are set to converge on Coolray Field for the fifth annual Sip &