Hope for the Journey is Founded
Rosie Holley is the Founder and President of Hope for the Journey, Inc. A nonprofit that encourages the sharing of information in addition to fellowship amongst those suffering and recovering from breast cancer. She is an active member of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, Greater Haralson County Chamber, Douglas County Chamber, Women's Business Alliance, Carrollton Civic Woman's Club, Carrollton Dawnbreakers Rotary Club, and American Business Women’s Association. She is an ACS Reach to Recovery volunteer. Rosie was a CNA and recently completed a nonprofit program through the University of West Georgia.
Rosie was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003. Since recovery, Rosie has dedicated herself to the Carroll County community and those suffering from breast cancer. Her organization, Hope for the Journey, has assisted over 300 women. Rosie’s dedication to God, her family, organization, and community is remarkable. She received the “Keys to the City” award in 2010 for her outstanding dedication to wellness in the community. In 2012, she was presented the “Let Us Make Man” award for excellence in family restoration. Rosie also received the “Dr. N Jane McCandless Volunteer Leadership Award” and the “Outstanding Citizen of Georgia” award. Most recently, she was nominated for the “Prestigious Lane Adams Quality of Life Award” and received the 2017 Diligence Award from the Adele Foundation.
Rosie is a woman of faith, courage, and determination. She is also a mother of three, and a grandmother. She encourages you to support her organization and cause.
At Hope for the Journey, our vision is to create a community that supports and uplifts those fighting breast cancer, because no one should fight alone.
We wish to give hope to those facing breast cancer.
Programs include providing financial assistance, counseling, spiritual support, and insightful knowledge through our support groups and programming. Our organization strives to empower those women that have and continue to fight breast cancer.
If you're interested in volunteering at our Luncheon in the Pink, our support group or other events, please contact us. We'd love to have your help!
Hope for the Journey's Chaplain
Faith Johnson is an ordained Baptist minister and is endorsed by the Progressive National Baptist Convention. She has served in various areas of ministry including children, youth, and administration. She currently serves as the Staff Chaplain for Tanner Medical Center where she leads the hospital in spiritual care matters and counseling.
Her ministry interests includes pastoral care and counseling (emphasis towards those from low socioeconomic backgrounds, persons suffering from illnesses, faith concerns, and clergy care and burnout prevention), lay leadership and ministry development, and community outreach. Faith is married to the Rev. Dr. Woodrow Johnson and they reside in Carrollton, Ga.
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