In 2009, a group of friends living in metro Atlanta area started to volunteer and help the local refugee community. This small group of friends will visit the city of Clarkston and nearby areas offering help. Food supplies, clothing, beddings, teaching kids to catchup in school. In this process, the group realized that there are many families with single mothers with small children (orphans based on religious guidelines) that end of on streets since mothers are not educated to be able to find jobs and their support from the government expires within 3‐4 months of their arrival into the US. This is when we decided to address this issue more seriously and felt a need to establish a proper charity approved by the Federal and State Government. This is how the Glitter of Hope Foundation was established and a little later got certified as a 501c3 nonprofit organization.