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12 Days of Stories: Sara Reed

Distributing over 300,000 essential baby items a year takes time, resources, and a lot of people donating and hosting drives. We couldn’t do this work without some incredible people in the community that host drives and donate monthly to our mission. Sara Reed shares why she chose to join the MOMentum and support Helping Mamas monthly: “I learned about Helping Mamas about 6 months after having my first baby. I had the support of family and friends and I had [...]

December 11th, 2017|

12 Days of Stories: Gwinnett Department of Family and Children Services

There are so many families who face difficult times in our community. We are so grateful to the staff at the Gwinnett Department of Family and Children Services who provide critical front line services to families who are in crisis.  Through the Office of Child Protection the agency provides assessments and support to families that have come to the attention of the agency through child protective services referrals. Alida Sims is on staff at Gwinnett DFCS and shares her story [...]

December 11th, 2017|

12 Days of Stories: Kathleen Morris

There are so many ways to volunteer with Helping Mamas. Today we are featuring one of our favorite volunteers Kathleen Morris who uses her talents as an event planner to organize Thrive, our education and networking events for women. Read below to learn more about how and why Kathleen volunteers with Helping Mamas: “I remember when I was first learning more about the needs of the families that Helping Mamas supports and I when learning that 1 in 3 mothers [...]

December 8th, 2017|

12 Days of Stories: Julianne Gross

Helping Mamas has served nearly 15,000 children this year. With a staff of only 3 this work would not be possible without the incredible work of our volunteers. They come in weekly to organize our warehouse and fill wish lists for the families we serve. Julianne Gross is one of our warehouse warriors. She shares about her time volunteering with Helping Mamas: “I learned about Helping Mamas through my church. I think it is important to help babies and children to [...]

December 6th, 2017|

12 Days of Stories: Skyview High School

Skyview High School Helping Mamas is fortunate to work with over 70 agencies across metro Atlanta. These agencies and their staff work incredibly hard to provide quality programming for families living in poverty. We are thrilled to highlight the work of Skyview High School. Skyview’s mission is helping at risk students earn a standard high school diploma and achieve post-secondary success. 90% of their students are considered at risk. They offer accelerated learning solutions in partnership with public schools and [...]

December 5th, 2017|

12 Days of Stories: Brooke Henze

Essential baby item drives and drop off locations literally help us keep babies in healthy, happy and thriving. We couldn’t provide over 300,000 essential baby items annually without the help of people like Brooke Henze, founder of Swell Forever: “As a mom of two knowing that I have a steady stream of items in great condition that I don’t need and have such a wonderful base of giving friends in the same stage of life, it seemed like a wonderful [...]

December 4th, 2017|