ABOUT US

                           Our Story

A Baby's Helping Hand was founded in 2015 by Chlorey Holmes. Chlorey never forgot that when her daughter, Chloe Aimeree, was born in October 2012, she and her husband, Trenton, being a young couple with limited resources, had very few neccessities for their beautiful baby girl before leaving the hospital. Baby Chloe had arrived a little earlier than expected but was still considered a full-term, healthy baby. Overcome with joy at the birth of their first child, Chlorey & Trenton were still dismayed that they didnt have all of the things that they needed for their precious bundle of joy. Thus, the seed for helping others in this situation was planted in Chlorey's heart and mind. In 2015, her conviction was confirmed when she met a young mother who had just given birth to a baby girl and was in a similar situation as she had been several years before. She was then led by the Lord to start A Baby's Helping Hand. 

A Baby's Helping Hand provides a bag full of necessities – baby outfits, blankets, diapers and wipes to mothers in need as they leave the hospital with their newborn. A Baby's Helping Hand will deliver gift bags to families through it's partnerships with local hospitals and other social services organizations.

A Baby's Helping Hand offers opportunities to get involved: Volunteers are welcome to sort through and organize donated items to build gift bags for babies in our program.

  Board Of Directors

 

 

Chlorey C. Holmes

Founder/ CEO

                                     

Jessica Cobbs

Vice President

 

Angelia Craft 

F.A.V.E

Community Volunteer

Trenton Holmes

Enterprise Holdings

Community Volunteer

Ashley Campbell

Stone Mountain Nissan 

Community Volunteer

Tiffani Bing

Marriott Hotels

Community Volunteer

Michelle Houston

The Home Depot

Community Volunteer

 

Meet The Founder

Chlorey C. Holmes

© 2016 A Baby's         Helping Hand

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404-474-8166

A Baby' Helping Hand is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping mothers in financial need in the Atlanta area