Leaders say their lease will not be renewed and if they do not find a new home, thousands of local families will suffer. This could be a blow for Georgia's poorest communities.
For years, Hosea Helps has worked to help those in need. They're especially known for their holiday feeding programs. But, they also offer school supplies, health screenings and many other services.
Photos | Hosea Helps events throughout the years
They need a bit of help themselves. The group says it needs to raise $600K to buy, close on and move into a new facility.
According to their GoFundMe page, they've been at their current location for more than four decade. They only have until July 1, a date that's just months away.
The new space will be larger and allow the organization to grow and continue it's work. They say since Hosea Helps is a charitable non-profit, your donation will be tax deductible.