Each year GUCA is looking for new community service projects. If you have any project in your area or know of a project that you would like to see GUCA working with, please fill out the following form below:
Goshen Valley Mission
Goshen Valley’s mission is to provide hope and healing to foster youth and vulnerable families to cultivate personal healing and generational change. Because of the trauma and abuse many experience, they face daunting statistics: low graduation rates, high rates of incarceration, homelessness, substance abuse, and unemployment.
Goshen Valley Boys Ranch, located on 160 acres in northern Cherokee County, is home to around 40 young men in foster care age 8-18. All boys participate in therapeutic counseling, public school education, and our comprehensive recreation program, all while living in a unique, family-based home.
Our goal is for every young man to know the safety of a home, the love of a family, and the hope of a future.
GUCA member RDJE, Inc. is making a difference in the lives of families in Coweta County in a big way by providing site improvements to the Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity property. Since 1993, the mission of the Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity is to bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope in Coweta County, Georgia.
The in-kind donation of clearing and grading of the housing lot performed by RDJE, Inc. will allow future volunteers to build homes for struggling families in Coweta County. This in-kind donation of labor and materials will allow the Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity to continue to grow and thrive; and provide Coweta County residents with a safe affordable place to live. The installation of the sewer manholes including tie-ins and clearing and grading of the hosing lot was
completed at a value of $8,500.00. With the construction of seven homes in the East Broad Estates, the dream of home ownership is a reality for deserving families.
If you are interested in sponsoring or volunteering at the Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity located in East Broad Estates, please visit nchfh.org.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat's mission and methods are predominantly derived from a few key theological concepts: the necessity of putting faith into action, the "economics of Jesus" and the "theology of the hammer."