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Stand in solidarity with recovering communities. Support Rebuilding Hope Missions, Inc. Your contribution will go directly to work restoring lives interrupted by natural disaster.

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REBUILDING HOPE MISSIONS

3945 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Ste 300

Peachtree Corners, GA 30092

 

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INSPIRE HOPE

GROUP SERVICE RETREATS TO COMMUNITIES IN RECOVERY

TOGETHER WE ARE REBUILDING HOPE

Rebuilding Hope Missions is a non-profit, social justice and working retreat ministry in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Our mission is twofold: to serve the physical and spiritual needs of the poor and bring people into radical and life-changing encounters through spiritual and corporal acts of mercy. We offer hands-on working retreats and opportunities to serve those in need through your time and treasure.

The goal of our projects is to provide safe structures, employment for local builders, and restore hope for families and communities in need.

PROJECTS

Our missions go beyond the act of labor to support those in need, we offer mercy. Each project is unique, and we combine our work efforts with corporal and spiritual works of mercy.

ACTS OF MERCY

Your donations restores hope to our brothers and sisters in need whom we are called to serve.

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"People just want hope - a chance to know they are not forgotten"

Volunteer with Rebuilding Hope Missions and stand in solidarity with recovering communities.

PROJECT PARTNER SPOTLIGHT
Fraternal Society of Mercy

La Sociedad Fraterna de Misericordia

 

The Brothers of the Fraternal Society of Mercy is Rebuilding Hope’s direct connection to the needs of the poor in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. They are our partner in helping provide for the needs of those impacted by poverty and natural disasters. The Fraternal Society of Mercy is a Society of Apostolic Life consisting of men working together and living in community seeking to foster a Christian life through the apostolate of charity and mercy.

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