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.

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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…

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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…

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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…