Powder Springs, Ga. (PRWEB) December 29, 2011
Kimble Glasper, 39, of Powder Springs, Ga, helps struggling people learn they have options.
Foreclosure is an issue all Americans fear but unfortunately many Americans face. This past Friday, December 23rd, the Salem Baptist Church, Chase Bank, Wells Fargo, NACA, LUCHA and NHS all came together to present a free legal clinic to the residents of Atlanta. This event was available to individuals in need of assistance regarding foreclosures, loan modifications and bankruptcy at the Lord of Hope located in Atlanta, GA.
Kimble Glasper, 39, of Powder Springs, Ga., working with Start Ministries and David Smith (General Counsel of Salem Baptist Church), was a success because this event provided individuals with necessary information to possibly keep their homes. The event also helped individuals facing hardships realize they have options as well as help the same individuals find what option was best for their situation.
The event took place this past Friday at Lord of Hope. Attendees also had the opportunity to meet with volunteer lenders, prevention counselors and attorneys. They received personal assistance in beginning the process of saving their homes. The event received media coverage. This event focused on helping the people of Atlanta.
Today this event is still helping attendees from the Friday event. The individuals who attended this event are now working on solutions with their current banks. Due to the efforts of the individuals who volunteered. homeowners now have a chance to save their homes. This was an event that not only took the time to help the people of Atlanta, but restore hopes of again obtaining the American Dream.