Graceful Hands doing what matters: changing lives-Helping the troubled get on track
Graceful Hands is touring the nation giving hope to the hopeless. They will be coming to your neighborhood in hopes that you could find it in your heart to give those who need a second chance an opportunity to turn their lives around.
Date: August 27, 2012
Contact: Maurice McClain, Graceful Hands Public Relations
“Graceful Hands was born out of a promise made, to make a difference in the lives of those who have been underrepresented, forgotten and sometimes written off by society and to improve the quality of lives in at-risk individuals. It began with the belief that kindness and compassion are the small things that can still a huge difference, and with the help of an incredibly supportive community. I am extremely proud to announce that we
launched a well-needed foundation that will provide much more than just financial support and resources, but the life resources that help grow and develop men and women into the best individuals they can be.”
Says Maurice McClain - Founder
Graceful Hands offers those who truly want to turn their lives around:
• Rooming and meals
• Personal grooming and uniform clothing to enable agents a professional image
• Life and business skills training
• Counseling to increase mental, physical, social, and economic health
Only with the support of others Graceful Hands can help change our troubled population one person at a time. Graceful Hands is extending their hand to those who are falling through the cracks of society.
About Graceful Hands: Graceful Hands is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization formed to provide assistance with housing, food, transportation, and social services to participants in on-the-job training as independent sales and customer’s service representatives.
Headquartered at 3645 Marketplace Blvd. Ste. 130 East Point, GA., the organization serves to help change the lives of troubled individuals across the nation, yet is funded completely through much-needed donations and corporate sponsorships. For more information call 1-888-730-0156, or visit http://www.gracefulhands.org.