What made you decide to serve not just one, but two days a week at the Real Life Center? Howell: I never thought about the number of days. We just wanted to join in. I wanted to work directly with the people being served and the food pantries seemed the quickest place to begin. When I had the chance to…
Our generous friends with the Rotary Club of Peachtree City are always thinking of ways to help our community! We want to thank them for supporting our mission by hosting a food drive to get some of our most needed items back on the food pantry shelves! They are so intentional about making a positive impact in our community!
Thank you to our partners at Sigvaris Group USA for participating in the Corporate Food Drive organized by the Fayette District Boy Scouts! Their donation of 800 pounds of food will bless many families in our community!
We are so grateful to be blessed every year by the Fayette District Boy Scouts of America Food Drive! Hundreds of scouts and their leaders get the entire community involved in giving to our neighbors in need. A special thank you to the scouts for their kindness in sharing hope with others in this way.
What a treat it was for us to have Clay Van Meter – State Farm spending time sharing with our families about his area of expertise – insurance! His class “Insurance Topics, Q&A” is a great addition to the wealth off topics covered in our educational classes. Thanks, Clay, for going above and beyond to reach those in our community…
What a wonderful group we had serve Tuesday night – the PTC Guatamommas! This ladies Bible study group from several different churches are going on a mission trip to Guatemala later this spring. They decided to bless us as well and helped in a great way!
The students of Peeples Elementary School amazed us with their generosity during their annual Kindness Week! We are so grateful that one way that they choose to express their kindness every year is by collecting some of our top needed food items for our food pantry! This amazing school always has an impact on how we are able to serve…
Thank you to the Coweta Community Foundation for supporting the programs of the Real Life Center. Thank you for the continuous support and help us bring Real Help and Real hope to families in our community!
Thank you to Sophia Geipel, a very special student at The Forest School, for her kindness in putting together hope boxes for the families that we serve! The hope boxes included food and toiletry needs that will most definitely be a blessing to those receiving them. We are so grateful for her heart for serving others!
A wonderful group of volunteers from Wounded Warrior Project served the Real Life Center by stocking our shelves and preparing our weekend food bags for our local elementary schools. We love these new partnerships we have developed and are happy to create opportunities to enhance teamwork while making a difference!