Sisters Helping Sisters Program

 

Sisters Helping Sisters are Women making the difference

The Allstate Foundation and The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter are working together to support a great program with a tremendous impact on the families touched.
The Sisters Helping Sisters program is focused on assisting families living in the Clarkston Community (a large immigrant community just north of Atlanta, Georgia) and the Achor Center (a transitional community for homeless women and women with children). The program offers financial literacy and economic empowerment against domestic abuse classes for participants. In addition, the program gives hands-on and practical life skills and computer literacy training program provided to women.

The primary goal of the Sisters Helping Sisters Program is to empowering individuals to become economically self-sufficient, improving the quality of life for the families we reach. Thanks to the generous support from our sponsors and partners, The Allstate Foundation and The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter, we continue to support families through the Sisters Helping Sisters.