HomeStretch, is a non-profit organization in North Fulton founded in 1993 under the mission of supporting local working homeless families by helping them remove housing barriers and get them back to permanent housing and lasting stability.
Families are supported in four key areas: Housing, Finances, Employment and Families.
There are volunteer opportunities to provide support to families in their homes by mentoring or facilitating a Life Skill class or youth program. There are also opportunities for donating supplies, furniture, gas or grocery cards or time with fund raising events.
Here at St. Andrew, we have created a ministry to support HomeStretch in their mission. Please come back regularly to learn what we are doing and how you can help.
Ministry Contact: Maryan Lerch, email@example.com or 678-521-1584
If so, the St. Andrew Homestretch Ministry invites you to a meeting on
Wednesday, December 5 from 7-8:30 pm in the Multi-Purpose Room at St. Andrew
Please join Father Dan and Laura Zimmerman, Homestretch Development & Volunteer Coordinator, for an information meeting regarding the many opportunities to actively support an individual family— in the Homestretch program, rebuild their life and become self-reliant. There will be many one-time and ongoing volunteer projects to work with Homestretch staff to support this family’s growth in 4 key areas:
Housing, Finances, Employment and Family. People and skills are needed for:
Please see the video below to learn more on HomeStrecth.
You may register for this meeting or sign up for information regarding future activities here.
For questions, please contact Maryan Lerch at firstname.lastname@example.org, 678-521-1584.