About Project Hope
Project Hope is a program offering Hope to individuals and families in Georgia who have been overwhelmed by illness, a house fire, a layoff, or any other verifiable catastrophic event. Each year thousands of hardworking individuals and families find themselves in an unexpected financial crisis. These are people who have never sought help from anyone, but who are thrust into a position of not knowing how they will pay their mortgage, medical expenses or even how to pay for food.
Through no fault of their own, families have suddenly become vulnerable to losing their home, or who may have to discontinue life-sustaining medical procedures in order to make ends meet.
How to Get Help
Please contact your local office by clicking here. The Salvation Army understands the urgency of these types of crises. Your local Salvation Army Office/Caseworker will assess your specific situation and determine which program will be the most benificial for you.
*Jarod* led a very active life as a Cobb County Fireman and as a financial planner in a side business that he was building for his family. Jarod was involved in an automobile accident that left him with a C5-C7 spinal cord injury. Jarod, a self described Type A personality, took on the challenge working his hardest in his inpatient and Day Program therapies but his left brachial plexus prohibited him from fully benefiting from his therapy until it was healed. (... Read Jarod's Story Here and see how The Salvation Army helped get Jarod move forward)
*Name has been changed for privacy issues.
"The Salvation Army stands for Hope: that, when every other light has been extinguished, and every other star had gone down, this one gleam shines steadily and clearly out in the darkened sky: 'if I could only get to The Salvation Army, they will do something for me.'" William Booth, Founder of The Salvation Army, (1829-1912)