Restoring One's Hope of Atlanta, Inc.'s mission is to restore hope to the hopeless through our hunger relief efforts.
MEET THE FOUNDER
Brittany Johnson is a native of Atlanta, GA. She obtained her B.A. in Political Science from Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is also a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Ms. Johnson has worked in the legal field since 13yrs old. Alongside her legal background, she has always had a passion for helping people. She has volunteered at Hosea Help, Gateway Homeless Center, Hope Atlanta, the Crisis Closet at Ebenezer Baptist Church, and has even taken to the streets of Atlanta to pass out sack lunches to those in need.
Ms. Johnson gained extensive experience in the nonprofit sector as a Case Manager at Gateway Homeless Center. After a hiatus, she has reentered into the nonprofit sector to finish the work she started eight years ago, now the Executive Director of Restoring One’s Hope of Atlanta. She is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health. Her goal is to work with men and women diagnosed with a behavioral disorder. By marrying her passion with her work, she is inevitably being the change she wants to see in restoring one’s hope.
ROHA is a nonprofit organization working with individuals and families to assist them in overcoming their barriers in Atlanta, Georgia. ROHA understands that there are thousands of homeless men, women, and children who are unsheltered in Atlanta and go day-by-day without eating. ROHA understands that this is a critical need and is helping in this fight by providing sack lunches to the homeless community through a program called “Lunch on Wednesday” (LOW). This initiative began in January 2019 and to date has provided over 2,000 free lunches to homeless individuals in the city on the first Wednesday of each month. Each lunch sack contains water, fruit, chips and a sandwich. Not only do we want to provide lunch to the community we want to increase our giving to include hygiene kits, health screenings, and clothes to the underserved.