THE STORY: The Drake House came to us with a request. A single mom and her 5 children who were on the streets and needed a home. Our team of volunteers quickly gathered the funding and resources to renovate an apartment for the young family to live in. The project took several weeks. But we were able to completely renovate the apartment with new floors, cabinets, plumbing and even bedroom furniture.
North Fulton Homelessness and Hunger Care Program
THE STORY: In 2017 we contributed $20,000 dollars to North Fulton Homelessness and Hunger Care programs. This money served Homestretch, Habitat for Humanity, Drake House, and North Fulton Community Charities.
LEARN MORE: Homestretch, Habitat for Humanity Drake House, North Fulton Charities
North Fulton Lunch Program
THE STORY: Our outreach team found an immediate need for dollars to supplement the North Fulton Lunch program. The $2000 contribution provided lunches for children during the summer months when school program were not in effect.
Special Pops Tennis
THE STORY: Special Pops is an organization that offers an adaptive tennis program designed to share the sport of tennis with children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Free of service, these programs are offered to all skill levels, including those who have never played. Year-round tennis instruction, league play, and tournament competition, to name a few. We support them through our volunteers and funding.
THE STORY: We call Alpharetta Home. We shop here, we work here, we raise our children here. . . it’s our duty to support our local community and take pride in the city we call home.Our club works alongside Susan Gant who has been building and beautifying the gardens and labyrinth behind the Alpharetta Presbyterian Church. We donated bushes and plants to Susan for her beautification project. Our team of volunteers worked in the garden planting and spreading mulch and straw. We are committed to helping Susan each year.