Category: News

We need candles for our clients. Here’s why.

Most of us have a few unused candles lying around in our homes. Did you know that candles are actually one of the items people who live in the woods need the most? At Simple Needs GA, our supply of candles to distribute to people…

Support Simple Needs GA on Georgia Gives Day (Nov. 12)!

Greetings, all. The fourth-annual Georgia Gives Day will take place on Thurs., Nov. 12. In case you’re not familiar with it, it’s a statewide online fundraiser geared toward helping Georgia nonprofits bolster their fundraising and awareness. Since 2012, Georgia Gives Day has raised about…

Kroger Community Rewards–time to re-enroll!

Greetings, all. Last year, Simple Needs GA (SNGA) joined Kroger Community Rewards. This program allows Kroger shoppers to support our mission each time they use their Kroger Plus cards. However, shoppers must re-enroll each year–and now’s the time! Just go to: www.krogercommunityrewards.com! The enrollment period ends…

Simple Needs GA salutes the Girl Scouts!

Greetings, all. I wanted to let you know about the inspiring support Simple Needs GA (SNGA) has received over the past few months from local Girl Scout troops! It started in January at a badge-a-thon event organized by local Girl Scout leaders and volunteers….

‘A Moving Gesture’: TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® gears up to help Simple Needs GA!

Moving is no simple task. In addition to muscle power, it requires valuable commodities such as time, a good sense of direction, skill in driving an oversized truck and — perhaps trickiest of all — the ability to coordinate pickups and deliveries among multiple…

Donor Spotlight: Wells Fargo gives back

Did you know that over the past six years Wells Fargo has given more than $1.5 million to nonprofit groups in Georgia through its “Days of Giving” campaign? On Oct. 29, we at Simple Needs GA (SNGA) were honored to receive a $1,000 grant…

Thankfulness Doesn’t End after the Holidays

Now that the holiday season is over, life feels like it is getting back to “normal.” The one thing I miss, though, from the holiday season, is the many posts from people being thankful. The holiday season seems to put people in a reflective…