“The best feeling in the world is, at last, knowing someone actually loves doing great, life-saving things.”—a child who received birthday presents from our My Birthday Matters program [Click here for the SignUp Genius to purchase current needs in this program.] “I’ve honestly never met a person/organization so kind and that goes out of their way … Continue reading Upcoming donation drives–and SNGA news!
Next Donation Drive is Sat., July 20!
“Simple Needs GA helped me in a time of a frustrating transition. I was just leaving a domestic violence shelter and pregnant with my first child. Simple Needs GA took most of the burden of moving and starting over off of me. They made my home feel comfortable and safe. For that I will be … Continue reading Next Donation Drive is Sat., July 20!
SpringsFest July 4th Event Benefits SNGA!
On July 4th, Simple Needs GA is the nonprofit beneficiary of the annual SpringsFest celebration in Powder Springs! That means you can go listen to live bands, sample delicious fare from local food trucks, shop artisan vendors and, of course, watch a thrilling fireworks display, all while supporting our mission of helping people in need in … Continue reading SpringsFest July 4th Event Benefits SNGA!
‘Mending a Broken Heart’| June 15th Donation Drive
First of all, they mended my broken heart. That’s how a formerly homeless mom responded earlier this month when asked how SNGA had helped her. Here’s a bit more of her story… FORMERLY HOMELESS MOM FINDS HOPE AFTER TOUGH JOURNEY “Anna,” a mom with a 3-month-old daughter and a 15-year-old son, looked around in her … Continue reading ‘Mending a Broken Heart’| June 15th Donation Drive
Next Donation Drive on Sat., May 18
“Thank you for being a blessing in my life.” — Simple Needs GA client DONATION DRIVE COMING UP SAT., MAY 18! Our next monthly Donation Drive is Sat., May 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at our Marietta warehouse. Email firstname.lastname@example.org the address or if you have any questions. If you can’t make it … Continue reading Next Donation Drive on Sat., May 18
Next SNGA donation drive–April 20!
“I keep thinking about you and how you made my daughter’s birthday so special. She rides her bike every day and really enjoys it. Thanks so much for remembering us. God bless you.” – message from mom of My Birthday Matters recipient If you’d like to brighten a child’s birthday, just visit the SignUp Genius link … Continue reading Next SNGA donation drive–April 20!
My Birthday Matters turns 5 yrs. old!
Greetings, all. Simple Needs GA's My Birthday Matters program is turning five years old! We hope you can drop by our Marietta warehouse on April 13 to don a party hat and celebrate with us! (OK, party hats aren't mandatory!) The Open House/MBM Birthday Party is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We'll be giving tours, chatting with old … Continue reading My Birthday Matters turns 5 yrs. old!
Next Donation Drive: Sat., March 16!
“You made another child, another human being, very, very happy this morning. This is by far one of her happiest birthdays in a long time.” —text from a single mom of a girl who received a bike that she rode in Walmart and wanted but couldn’t afford. We also bought her a “My Life” doll … Continue reading Next Donation Drive: Sat., March 16!
Donation drive today (Jan. 19)
“Simple Needs GA is a groundbreaking organization that needs to be emulated nationwide”—Facebook comment from a former client (a mom with three kids) who received help from SNGA in a time of need. Greetings, all. Our next monthly Donation Drive is Sat., Jan. 19, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at our Marietta warehouse. Email email@example.com for the … Continue reading Donation drive today (Jan. 19)
A homegrown effort to help the homeless
The idea that you can’t make a difference is seductive given the need in our community, but a 3-year-old effort called Sam’s Blessing Bag Project shows that it’s possible to make a bigger impact than you might think. It’s a joint effort by Andrew Hartman, founder and partner at Hartmanlaw, 145 Towne Lake Parkway in … Continue reading A homegrown effort to help the homeless