CaringWorks has received $550,000 in grants toward its Bolster the Bridge capital campaign, which is entering its final push through October 31, 2022. Funds raised from the campaign will be used to expand mental and behavioral health inpatient and outpatient services, build infrastructure and provide succession planning so that the organization is well positioned to further its mission of breaking the cycle of homelessness in metro Atlanta, one person, one family, at a time.
“We are grateful for generous donations from organizations such as the Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation, The James M. Cox Foundation, and The Tull Charitable Foundation to the Bolster the Bridge campaign, which will help position us to continue providing these critical services to the underserved homeless population,” said CaringWorks CEO Carol Collard.
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Built on the single idea that all people—no matter their social or economic standing—should have a chance to improve their quality of life, CaringWorks has served 10,000 clients throughout our 20-year history. Since our inception, we have grown exponentially to become one of Georgia’s leaders in providing permanent supportive housing. We serve hundreds of individuals each year through unique programs and services that are specifically tailored to the needs of those facing chronic homelessness.
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