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hope and love special project: buy one house a dollar a time.

Since the organization was founded in 2004 those helped include:

• A female police officer who was shot in the hand in the line of duty (gifts and gift cards)
• Katrina victims in temporary housing with a holiday celebration
• Middle school children needing school supplies (book bags and various items) in Cobb County
• A Smyrna teenager who lost her arm as a passenger in a car accident
• A single mom raising 6 children who needed help with utilities in Dekalb County
• A woman in temporary housing at Piedmont Hospital while her husband recuperated from a heart attack
• Blankets, robes and undergarments to residents of The Bridge, a home for troubled teens
• Hosea Williams' Feed the Hungry program
• A woman needing help to pay her rent to avoid eviction
• Bags of food distributed to the needy living on the streets in metro Atlanta (winter 2007-08)
• Cancer research at Johns Hopkins in the name of a Hope and Love volunteer
• A used washer and dryer to Katrina victims
• A young mother who needed a car seat / stroller
• Gift cards to a family who lost everything in a house fire
• Gift cards, food and clothing to a father who just received custody of his 2 children
• Gift cards to a young mother whose child is handicapped
• Ongoing bi-weekly delivery of baked goods to the George Hartman Center for troubled teens
• Rent assistance to a single mother in Douglasville about to be evicted
• Washer and Dryer was given to five family members evacuees
• Rented an efficiency at the Suburban Lodge to an elderly couple that was living in a camper in a parking lot
Ongoing Activities

We frequently assist one of our partners in making hundreds of sandwiches that is distributed to the men and women living under the bridges in metro-Atlanta. We organize toys, food, coats and blankets which we distribute to various shelters. We did a fundraiser which was used to benefit our wounded veterans. We also helped in the distribution of backpacks and uniforms to schools in support of education. We do not limit ourselves to one project but extend our services to where they are needed.
hope and love special project: buy one house a dollar a time.