CaringWorks is an agency making a real difference in individual lives through permanent supportive housing and other related services. Since 2002, we have found that caring really does work. Despite working among the “hardest to serve,” including many with long histories of chronic homelessness, our success rate each year exceeds 90 percent as defined as individuals remaining stably housed.
Through supportive housing and individualized care, men and women are equipped to escape homelessness and lead healthy, productive lives. Some of them are even moved to draw on their experiences to help others. And our people are exceptionally caring professionals, trained well for the demanding work we have asked them to do. Therefore, the only limit on what we can accomplish is our resources.
And that’s where you come in.
We rely on your generous support to enable our work. And not just to enable it, but to expand it… because no one should be homeless. For less than $40 per person each day, CaringWorks’ services transform lives, assisting clients in moving from indigence to independence. Every gift of money or time represents a vote of confidence in people who are trying to turn their lives around—people like David and LaToya. What’s more, our track record indicates that this investment is an exceedingly sound one.
$25 feeds a client at Hope House for a week
$100 buys school supplies for a child in our MOVE program
$500 provides a full apartment of furniture for RISE clients
Take action today:
Partner with us: Make a gift online.
It’s an easy and completely secure transaction, and it’s tax deductible as allowable by law. CaringWorks takes pride in being excellent stewards of financial resources. Download our IRS Form 990 or click here to view a list of current supporters.
For planned giving or to discuss a more substantial partnership, please call Leah Humphries at 404. 371.1230 x 0230 or email her.
Give as much of your time as you can. At several of the properties we serve, we need volunteers to:
• Help adults learn to read
• Provide basic instruction in computing or help prepare a résumé
• Prepare meals for residents of Hope House (a good activity for civic and worship groups)
• Prepare welcome baskets with necessary housekeeping supplies for new clients
• Provide tutoring / homework assistance for youth (ages 5-12)
If you’d like to volunteer, email Leah Humphries to be connected with an opportunity.