Home of hope


Jose quintanilla

Home of hope drop-box

After StuCo had a glorious win against Dacula in the Food Fight, Key Club has partnered with Home of Hope to continue changing lives around our community. Gwinnett Home of Hope is a haven for homeless children and their young mothers, as well as young women aging out of the foster care system. They help provide food, shelter, and “life plans” to help mothers get back on their feet and plan for their child’s future. Through the whole month of November, Key Club is contributing to helping families and supplying donation boxes at the front entrance, near the Library, and Ms. Byrand’s room (811). Unlike the Food Fight, the majority of the donations requested aren’t food, but toiletries/cleaning supplies. Not only will students feel joyous from helping mothers get back on their feet, but they will gain an hour of community service for every five items donated. A QR code will be provided on the donation boxes to submit the items, in order to receive well earned volunteer hours.