Music Manager Courtney Stewart Provides Housing for Single Moms In Need

Courtney Stewart Cuts the Ribbon at the Unveiling of College Park Home
COURTNEY STEWART IS ALL SMILES FOR THE UNVEILING OF THE FIRST REMODELED COLLEGE PARK HOME
COURTNEY STEWART IS ALL SMILES FOR THE UNVEILING OF HIS FIRST                                                   REMODELED COLLEGE PARK HOME

In 2015, Courtney Stewart founded the Right Hand Foundation, a nonprofit whose mission is to support women and children’s shelters and group homes in the Atlanta area through financial donations, mentoring programs, and more.

The continued community give-back has set the stage for the inauguration of Stewart’s latest philanthropic initiative: the opening of transitional facilities for single mothers and their kids.

Recently, the Atlanta native purchased homes in College Park in an effort to revitalize the residences and make them comfortable, rent-free “havens” for struggling families. This past October, the first home, which features new beds and Frigidaire appliances, will soon be occupied by its first tenants. Righthandfdn.org
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