How We Help

We provide up to $400 a month in rent and/or childcare assistance when financial hardships pose a threat to a single parent’s ability to stay in college. In addition, we offer one-on-one budget coaching, professional counseling, and other social services as a holistic approach to their success.

Want to Get Involved?

Visit our volunteer page to see what our needs are, or become a monthly donor and impact lives in a greater way consistently.

Our Impact

Since 2011, we’ve assisted 108 single parents and 239 children. We have an 80% graduation rate, increasing our single parent’s income by over $25,000 after completing our program!

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Have Graduated with an Associate or Bachelor’s Degree
Were the First in Their Family to Attend College
Lives have been Changed Forever, Defying Statistics, Creating Opportunity for Themselves

Featured Success Story

Tanisha is a 44-year-old single mother to two children — one minor and one adult — living in Douglasville, Georgia. When Tanisha found herself newly single while attaining her nursing degree from Chamberlain University, she struggled to keep up with her bills.

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