Sweetwater Mission has stabilized families
by providing basic needs
and transformed lives
through education and employment opportunities.
How can you help?
All partnerships are critical to our success and your help is needed!
Church congregations expand their local mission outreach through prayer, financial support and in-kind donations. Businesses encourage their employees and customers to get involved. Civic groups create awareness with strong networking and volunteer support. Together, we make it happen!
How do we help?
The truth is that many families are just one life crisis away from being propelled into poverty.
We are committed to battle the effects of poverty headon to stabilize families and help move them into a more abundant life.
We are a coalition of local churches, businesses, civic groups, and caring individuals representing community at its very best!
CORONAVIRUS IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
We are only offering EXPRESS FOOD to low-income residents of Cobb, Douglas and Paulding counties, limit one per household per month. Please bring picture ID and current utility bill, lease or rent receipt.
Our hours are 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, Monday thru Friday (closed on Saturdays and Sundays)
While we only offer limited services during this emergency, we must practice safe measures that require a minimal number of
volunteers each day. If you are a current volunteer or interested in volunteering contact Paula@SweetwaterMission.org
Until further notice, we can no longer accept donations of Food, Clothing, Egg Cartons, Plastic Bags and Household Items.
We appreciate your understanding, prayers and continued support!
Events & Announcements
The HOPE Program
12 Week Program, Monday-Friday 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
Work Training and Life Skills - Now Taking Applications!
A three-part curriculum that includes computer skills, resume writing, interview skills, effective communication, work ethics and more.
Charity Golf Tournament
Monday, September 21, 2020
Join sports celebrities to drive out hunger and homelessness. We will be following CDC Guidelines for your safety and the safety of others.