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ATLANTA’S HOMELESS, PREGNANT POPULATION GETTING A HELPING HAND

Archdiocese of Atlanta gives home to non-profit ministry allowing it to extend reacharchdiocese

ATLANTA (February 17, 2015) – Sheltering Grace Ministry, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping homeless pregnant women, announces the expansion of their ministry after the Archdiocese of Atlanta gifted a 15-bedroom home to the organization.

Sheltering Grace Ministry currently utilizes two 3-bedroom homes to provide housing for a maximum of six homeless pregnant women at a time.   Sheltering Grace plans to use the new home to provide shelter for 15 women, while the two homes currently used for housing will be used to launch a new Sheltering Grace Ministry program (the Academy) that is currently being developed.  The new house was previously a retirement home owned and operated by the Archdiocese of Atlanta.

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