We need you to #Be1of5000 partners to help us help women in crisis.
We are a Cobb County GA maternity home that serves the needs of women in crisis.
The women we serve in Cobb County, GA need a home and a heart…not just a place to stay. Not a room full of strangers who don’t care about them.
- They need a safe place, away from the struggles of simply trying to survive
- They need people who genuinely care about them.
- They need the “tough love” that will help them face their own fears and guilt.
- They need education and resources to become independent and confident when they face the world again.
- They need a safe place to bring a beautiful child into the world.
At Sheltering Grace Ministry, we have worked with women in crisis for more than 10 years to help them overcome their circumstances and live full, productive lives.
We would love for you to come alongside us!
It takes people like you who care an awful lot to make a difference in the lives of the women we serve and the children they will bring into the world. Ways you can help us include:
Click the link below to learn more about how you can help us help the valuable members of our community.
You aren’t alone. You aren’t without choices. We are here to help.
Each year single, homeless women in your situation come through our program and emerge with new hope and focus to get their lives on track for themselves and their newborn child.
Break the Cycle
#Be1of5000 people who partners with us to #breakthecycle of homelessness. For your commitment of only $10 per month, coming along side of other partners, we can help bring healthy babies into the world and provide them with the foundations they need to live a productive life.
Help us provide food, clothing, shelter, education and maternal care for women in our program. Your contribution could make the difference between living on the streets and making an eternal impact on someone’s live.
How We've Helped
Be the Hand that Changes Lives
Consider: What if it were your daughter or sister that was homeless and pregnant?
Would you pretend not to notice if you saw her on the street?
Would you give her a few dollars and wish her luck?
Would you want her to go somewhere to get the help she needs in a safe, loving environment?
We wish to continue to be the lighthouse for pregnant homeless women and infants who are in need. Getting more than 15 requests per week for help of one kind or the other. We need people like you who are willing to care an awful lot in order to make a difference – not just in the lives of the women we serve, but also, in the future of the babies they bring into the world. #breakthecycle.