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.


Join us for the 2022 Home Repairs Classic!

On September 23, we’re getting ready for a great day at Bears Best Atlanta. Registration begins at 9:30, and the shotgun start is at 11:00. Lunch and an exclusive pig roast dinner are provided as well as awards to the top golfers of the day. Not only is this event a lot of fun, but it’s for a great cause,…


Meet Phil Orazi!

Board member, volunteer, and donor Phil Orazi has been involved with Home Repairs for many years. And for him, serving others is truly an enjoyable experience, and one he wants to share with those in Gwinnett and beyond. Keep reading to learn more about Phil and his family, his perspective on giving, and his dream…

Audrey Harvey 1

Homeowner now living safely in her home of 26 years

Her hot water tank burst  – which ruined her carpet and her laminate flooring. As a retired, single woman, Audrey’s finances are tight – getting repairs done on her home didn’t seem like an option. But neither did moving out of the home she’d lived in for 26 years. “I couldn’t find anyone to help,”…

Home Repairs volunteer Joe Redmond with granddaughter in front of large pig statue

Learning new skills while serving others

He’s been in and out of retirement for several years, but he’s always seen the value in making time to serve others. Joe Redmond – a husband of 37 years, father to three, grandfather to five, and IT expert – first got involved with Home Repairs Ministries over four years ago doing repair projects with…


Faith-based roofing company partnering to help repair homes and hearts

Brandon Wolfe and Thomas Mcconnell aren’t just long-time best friends; they’re also the owners and founders of Roofserv, a faith-based roofing company.  Yahna Mcconnell, Roofserv’s director of marketing and A/R and Thomas’s wife, helps tell their story. “Before Roofserv, Brandon and Thomas worked at a different roofing company that constantly omitted integrity and honesty. As…


Volunteers help restore dignity to former missionaries

30 years ago, Don and Joy Norris bought their Gwinnett home. They lived there until 2009 when they moved to Peru for five years to serve as missionaries. The Norrises – now aged 88 and 75 – partnered with Peruvian churches to do children’s clubs. While away, they had renters living in their home.  When…