Atlanta Mission- My Sister's House: 6/100

Atlanta Mission- My Sister's House: 6/100

My Sister’s House is an overnight homeless shelter for women and children operated by Atlanta Mission. My Sister’s House provides shelter, counseling and childcare services. They also offer life skills training, educational services and referrals for health and legal care.

Our team was happy to build a pavilion for the women and children of My Sister’s House. We wanted the residents to be able to enjoy the beautiful outdoors without worrying about the weather.

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We are proud to serve such a great organization serving those in need within our region.

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