Children’s RestorationChildren’s Restoration
NetworkNetwork
Serving Metro Atlanta’sServing Metro Atlanta’s
homeless childr...
Education is the key toEducation is the key to
breaking the cycle of homelessnessbreaking the cycle of homelessness
Throug...
Back 2 SchoolBack 2 School
CRN provides homeless children with theCRN provides homeless children with the
supplies and equ...
Project One on OneProject One on One
Project One on One matches childrenProject One on One matches children
living in grou...
Project One on One cont.Project One on One cont.
Mentors also develop meaningful social relationshipsMentors also develop ...
New Hope ScholarshipNew Hope Scholarship
CRN provides scholarships to homeless studentsCRN provides scholarships to homele...
Program strengthsProgram strengths
Project One on One has mentored homeless children since 1999.Project One on One has men...
Program challengesProgram challenges
Project One on One needs more mentors throughout MetroProject One on One needs more m...
Project BudgetProject Budget
Children’s Restoration Network requests $40,000 fromChildren’s Restoration Network requests $...
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  1. 1. Children’s RestorationChildren’s Restoration NetworkNetwork Serving Metro Atlanta’sServing Metro Atlanta’s homeless children since 1993homeless children since 1993
  2. 2. Education is the key toEducation is the key to breaking the cycle of homelessnessbreaking the cycle of homelessness Through our Back 2 School, Project One on One,Through our Back 2 School, Project One on One, and New Hope Scholarship programs,and New Hope Scholarship programs, Children’s Restoration Network helpsChildren’s Restoration Network helps homeless children escape lives of homelessness.homeless children escape lives of homelessness.
  3. 3. Back 2 SchoolBack 2 School CRN provides homeless children with theCRN provides homeless children with the supplies and equipment to succeed in school.supplies and equipment to succeed in school.
  4. 4. Project One on OneProject One on One Project One on One matches childrenProject One on One matches children living in group homes and shelters with aliving in group homes and shelters with a caring mentor who will help them developcaring mentor who will help them develop and improve their reading and math skills.and improve their reading and math skills.
  5. 5. Project One on One cont.Project One on One cont. Mentors also develop meaningful social relationshipsMentors also develop meaningful social relationships with these children and take them onwith these children and take them on educational and social outings.educational and social outings.
  6. 6. New Hope ScholarshipNew Hope Scholarship CRN provides scholarships to homeless studentsCRN provides scholarships to homeless students who wish to further their education or developwho wish to further their education or develop occupational skills through attending a 2occupational skills through attending a 2--year oryear or 44--year college or a trade or technical school.year college or a trade or technical school.
  7. 7. Program strengthsProgram strengths Project One on One has mentored homeless children since 1999.Project One on One has mentored homeless children since 1999. Project One on One has a dedicated group of core volunteers.Project One on One has a dedicated group of core volunteers. Six program participants have gone on to receive our New HopeSix program participants have gone on to receive our New Hope Scholarship.Scholarship.
  8. 8. Program challengesProgram challenges Project One on One needs more mentors throughout MetroProject One on One needs more mentors throughout Metro Atlanta.Atlanta. Project One on One strives for a lower mentorProject One on One strives for a lower mentor--child ratio.child ratio. Project One on One struggles to receive funding for all aspectsProject One on One struggles to receive funding for all aspects of the program.of the program.
  9. 9. Project BudgetProject Budget Children’s Restoration Network requests $40,000 fromChildren’s Restoration Network requests $40,000 from the Country Club of the South. This includes:the Country Club of the South. This includes: Project One on One Coordinator salary:Project One on One Coordinator salary: $10,000$10,000 MentorMentor--student extracurricular activities:student extracurricular activities: $5,000$5,000 Putting computers at One on One sites:Putting computers at One on One sites: $10,800$10,800Putting computers at One on One sites:Putting computers at One on One sites: $10,800$10,800 Putting Broadband connection at One on One sites:Putting Broadband connection at One on One sites: $6,400$6,400 Laptop for One on One Coordinator:Laptop for One on One Coordinator: $ 800$ 800 2 New Hope Scholarships:2 New Hope Scholarships: $4,000$4,000 NonNon--tuition funding for New Hope Scholarships:tuition funding for New Hope Scholarships: $3,000$3,000 The funding requested is part of a $185,000 project.The funding requested is part of a $185,000 project.

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