As a member of the Rotary Club of Alpharetta, Glennette “Cookie” Haynes is a great friend to HomeStretch. Her charity, Orphan-Foundation, believes ‘spaces that heighten a sense of spirituality, wellness, and confidence nurture the soul’. Each month, the Orphan-Foundation asks its partners to contribute to home renovations for low-income families.
Thanksgiving Blessings from All Ages Cooper (age 4) is a regular at HomeStretch LifeSkills classes. His mother, Carrie, is a volunteer Youth Development small group leader for the LifeSkills program and often brings Cooper along. He enjoys participating in the Structured Play sessions with the HomeStretch preschoolers. The sessions are
Simply put, HomeStretch is about people. It’s about helping people get answers to their questions and solutions to homelessness. This month, we present a Q & A with Brittany, one of our residents, who took an incredible journey – from homeless to homeowner! QUESTION: Why did you decide to apply
On November 6, HomeStretch hosted the third annual BBQ in the Burbs at scenic Little River Farm in Milton. More than 200 of our family members, friends, and neighbors joined us for the festivities. We ate BBQ right off the smoker, enjoyed cold beverages, and danced to music from Banks