It is the mission of Georgia’s House to ensure that low-income, displaced, and homeless women and children as well as those experiencing domestic violence are being afforded the opportunity to seek ways to achieve health, safety, and well-being for themselves and their families without the concern of food, shelter, and clothing. It is operated by the Weaver Foundation.
The Weaver Foundation was built on the ideals and inspirations of the woman for whom the shelter is named; Georgia Mattson was a caring, giving woman who believed in diversity and acceptance of each person she met. Upon Georgia’s death, a group of people from different walks in life got together and decided to continue her work in the community.
Last year, 137 families were helped, including 73 children. We continue working.
Recent Highlights at Georgia’s House:
- Thank you to the USS Albuquerque
- Visit our Blog
WFGMMS partners with Wind of the Spirit Ministries, our spiritual inspiration in providing the services we offer. WOS provides monthly financial support to cover our insurance, and are available for counselling for clients needing guidance in areas other than what we can offer.