"Restoring life's possibilities to Metro Atlanta's homeless children and mothers since 1993."
A team based mentoring program that focuses on academics. As a mentor, you can show your students that education is important and learning can be fun, and you can celebrate progress.
Children’s Restoration Network is a non-profit agency which has been serving homeless children and mothers in Atlanta, Georgia since 1993. CRN conducts programs and special events to provide a broad range of positive experiences for over 6,000 children across more than 134 shelters and group homes in 20 counties each year.
The LEAP (Leadership, Employment, Achievement and Prosperity) Workshops help mothers and older teens create resumes, refine interview skills, and learn about job searching techniques in hopes of breaking the cycle of homelessness.
For a homeless child entering a new school, surrounded by new kids and new teachers, coming in that first day without a book bag or school supplies serves as a reminder of how they are different and how they don’t fit in.