Home Repairs Ministries

How We Help

Home Repairs serves vulnerable homeowners in the metro-Atlanta area with critical home repairs. We are compassionate and inclusive, volunteer-operated, ethical and Gospel-Centered. We believe our work allows us to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those in need.

Suzette Reeves

The Power of One

What can one person do? A lot actually. Take Dorothy for example. Despite limited means, she has literally been the hands and feet of Jesus – providing food and shelter for those without. Then there’s Suzette. This mom of three heard about Home Repairs through her church. Then her husband Matt began playing in the…

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After years of helping others, this homeowner gets the help she needs

On any given day, she might be feeding a homeless man, sheltering a single mom or renting a room to a senior citizen. Dorothy’s door is always open and her heart is always for those in need. So when Suzette Reeves was introduced to Dorothy through a friend and saw how this long-time resident of…


From run down to repaired: bringing new hope to a family home

It’s an old house, and they knew it needed work, but they didn’t know the full extent of it. Brittany’s parents moved in thirty-five years ago when she was just a year old. But ten years ago, Brittany’s father left – leaving behind Brittany, his disabled wife and a derelict home.  “My father had stopped…

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HRM in the news this week!

We’ve had a bit of excitement this week; Home Repairs got a shout-out in the local news. The Gwinnett Daily Post shared an article featuring several stories of homeowners we’ve recently served. We’re so glad to have our story reach a wider audience.  Check it out here and be sure to share it with your…


Meet Tom Borbone, our newest board member!

How did you hear about Home Repairs and what made you get involved?  I was introduced to HRM by board member Richard Lusk. I have known Richard for a long time and attend a weekly Bible study with him. One day, we were discussing charities and Richard mentioned giving to HRM.  We all know owning…

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Teaching a mom to fish: a decade-long partnership

She’s a single mom of five, and her youngest son has special needs. For Keller K., making ends meet is hard. “I’m a freelance musician, worship leader, and a swim coach,” Keller said. “I’ve done so many different jobs just to put food on the table for my kids.” However, when it came to her…