Our Mission:

Empower

Our vision is to see refugee families thriving in community, security, and stability.

 

Giving

Your giving allows us to connect more refugee families to our programs as they set out to achieve community, security, and stability. Each dollar counts to ensure that we can make this vision a reality for countless families.

klados-3.jpeg
16463445_1321695417896215_5096001065470358408_o.jpg

Our Mission

To mobilize individuals and churches in taking up the care and cause of refugee families.

Learn More

120+

active volunteers

Volunteers from all walks of life unite to serve our neighbors.

 

8+

Years Serving clarkston

Since 2010, City Hope has been dedicated to improving the lives of families in Clarkston, GA.

 
 

500+

families Impacted in 2018

Every year, more families join City Hope and are able to benefit from our programs and services.

Our Programs

We offer a range of programs serving children and their families. To find out more details and to sign up for a specific role, visit our Programs page.

after school program

Children and youth receive tutoring and homework help during after school hours in sites located in various apartment neighborhoods. Our program offers spaces for students to build community while receiving guidance from tutors consisting of volunteers from local universities. The daily support improves grades, behavior, and emotional health.
 

distribution center

The Distribution Center provides necessary items to newly arrived families and families served by City Hope. We provide clothing, blankets, bicycles, furniture, books, backpacks and other household items. Volunteers sort, organize, and display items. Donations are accepted during business hours.

klados saturday tutoring

Every Saturday, high school volunteers tutor groups of 3-4 children. This program has an immensely positive impact on children’s literacy and social skills. In addition to tutoring, volunteers plan outings and organized drives. Being such a rewarding experience, we have seen countless volunteers commit to serving until their high school graduation.
 

family care

Volunteers are matched with a newly arrived refugee family in order to provide much-needed friendship and support during the family’s transition period. Volunteers help with transportation, grocery shopping, practicing English, and other forms of assistance.

#C1AB54.png
 

Get Involved

 

learn more about our programs

Read about our programs that exist to make a positive impact on the lives of families. Find a specific program you’re interested in? Sign up!

sign up to be a volunteer

Want to get involved? Connect with us by filling out this form and we can work with you to find a role that best fits your interests and availability.

Make a Donation

Consider giving to our cause! Every dollar counts toward connecting more families to our programs and resources that they may achieve self-sufficiency.