“The holidays are the most emotionally charged time of year for many, and these women, in particular, have been through unimaginably difficult circumstances. Yet they are trying to serve their children a joyful Christmas,” said Women of Global Change Atlanta Chapter President Celeste Giordano.
ATLANTA (PRWEB) November 10, 2018
At the Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter, the holidays can be a particularly difficult time of year for the residents: homeless mothers and their children. So the Women of Global Change Atlanta Chapter are going to treat them to a special Christmas dinner with all of the trimmings while dining on fine linens, which will be donated by local companies. The kids will get to create holiday craft projects, and the moms will be treated to new pajamas and robes.
The event will take place on Thursday, December 13, and project organizers are seeking volunteers to join the project that evening from 4:00 - 8:00 PM. They are also working to raise $1,500 in donations to give to the Home of Hope, as well as donations for the pajamas, robes, crafts, and dinner.
The Women of Global Change Atlanta Chapter is organizing this service project, working in coordination with Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter, a nonprofit shelter that provides services for homeless children and their mothers in Buford, GA.
“The holidays are the most emotionally charged time of year for many people, and these women, in particular, have been through unimaginably difficult circumstances. And yet, they are trying to do right by their kids and give them joyful Christmas memories. So it’s a privilege to be able to serve them and make their Christmas a little brighter,” said Women of Global Change Atlanta Chapter President Celeste Giordano.
To make a donation, volunteer, or find out more about the organization, visit http://www.thewomenofglobalchange.com.
The Women of Global Change is an award-winning, international social impact organization of like-minded servant leaders who engage in global business networking to create things bigger than they ever could alone. Members participate in missions and humanitarian service projects for the betterment of themselves, their communities, and the world. This is the fourth service project for the WGC Atlanta Chapter.
To find out more about Atlanta Home of Hope go to; https://homeofhopegcs.org/
The Women of Global Change seeks volunteers and donations for Home of Hope.
If you would like more information or to schedule an interview, contact WGC Atlanta Chapter President Celeste Giordano at celeste(at)thewomenofglobalchange.com.
To find out more about The Women of Global Change Organization go to: http://www.womenofglobalchange.com