Coffee & Commerce - Celebrate Our Non-Profits
Name: Coffee & Commerce - Celebrate Our Non-Profits
Date: August 21, 2018
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM EDT
Website: Alpharetta Chamber of Commerce
Registration: Register Now
Save the Date! - Celebrating our Non-Profits!
Enjoy breakfast, networking and learn more about our non-profit & charitable organizations in the Alpharetta and surrounding areas.
If you are looking for opportunities to give back to your community and get more involved, this is the event for you!
Our Mission: The Drake House provides crisis and supportive housing programs for homeless single mothers and their children in North Metro Atlanta. Our educational, empowerment, and mentoring programs assist families in becoming financially self-sufficient and contributing members of the community.
Our Vision: The Drake House envisions a community where every family has the opportunity to recover quickly and with dignity from their homeless situation.
We provide housing and food programs, children and teen programming, mentoring support, personal empowerment planning, weekly life-skills workshops as well as career services.
Family Promise of North Fulton/DeKalb’s mission is to engage community and faith-based organizations in ending homelessness -- one family at a time. We provide temporary housing, hospitality, case management and education for families seeking safe shelter, permitting them to continue parenting their children while facing homelessness. We predominantly serve families who are experiencing situational homelessness or those at imminent risk for homelessness. It could happen to any of us encountering a shocking change in circumstances, be it personal injury or illness, divorce, job layoff, a special needs child, fleeing an abusive relationship or other catastrophic event(s).
habitat for humanity-north central georgia is a 501(c)3, christian housing ministry and is an independently run and operated affiliate of habitat for humanity international covering north metro atlanta. habitat for humanity international was founded by millard and linda fuller in 1976 in americus, ga shortly after they returned from building homes in africa. since its founding, habitat for humanity has built over 1,000,000 homes around the world.
as the increasing need for affordable housing appeared in the north fulton area, a group of people banded together to come up with a solution for this problem. the first meeting of habitat for humanity-north fulton took place at the roswell united methodist church in may of 1992. with the help of habitat for humanity atlanta and its skilled house leaders, the north fulton group finished its first house on thomas drive on june 12, 1993. two years later, the long road to affiliation led to the successful incorporation of habitat for humanity-north fulton, inc. in march 1995.
Since 1993, HomeStretch has been guiding working homeless families toward increased self-reliance and stability. Our mission is to provide supportive housing and programs that equip working families to regain and sustain permanent housing.