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Homeless Cobb Kids Get Helping Hand

Our Father's Hands provides quality clothing to families in need and has expanded assistance from just a few schools to all in the county's school district.

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Children living in shelters, abandoned buildings, cars in parking lots, extended-stay motels and safe houses after their mothers got out of abusive relationships—they’re the ones that drive Linda Lipp to continue on in the face of exhaustion and hardship.

“These children do not have a refrigerator to put their artwork on when they come home from school,” Lipp said. “Often, these children only have what they can fit in a suitcase or a backpack.”

Listening to God’s calling, Lipp gave up her job as a successful loan officer to found a ministry that helps clothe the hundreds of homeless children in the Cobb County School District. 

Our Father’s Hands, route: {:controller=>"listings", :action=>"show", :id=>"our-fathers-hands"} --> started in 2005 with just a storage building at . Gaining 501(c)3 status in 2009, the nonprofit now has a 800-square-foot store on New Macland Road near

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