Toco Hills Community Alliance (THCA) was founded in 1998 by a community of faith as a non-profit organization that provides emergency assistance to our neighbors. The organization became a qualified 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and has expanded its service area in the Northeast Atlanta area. We currently serve a five ZIP code area providing emergency food supplies, rent, and utility assistance. We are located on the property of St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church.

We provide opportunities for individuals and organizations to be of service to their neighbors by helping individuals and families in need.

OUR MISSION
To provide assistance and support for individuals and families living in our service area (Dekalb County for food; five zip code area for financial assistance) who face the possibility of the loss of housing and/or who are without sufficient food for themselves or their families.

OUR GOALS
To make available emergency assistance to individuals and families in need in the northeast communities of Atlanta. To sponsor and promote assistance programs and services that will result in greater economic stability and independence for those individuals and families in need. To provide opportunities for individuals and organizations to be of service to their neighbors by helping individuals and families in need.

MORE INFORMATION
THCA is open from 1-4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. No appointment is necessary. For more information about THCA, please call 404.325.0677 or visit their website.

Executive Director

Mary-Louise Wilson

Mary-Louise Wilson has been with Toco Hills Community Alliance, as Executive Director, since August of 2013. Prior to coming to THCA, she was the Co-Director of Malachi’s Storehouse, at St Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Dunwoody. She has been building community, through sharing food and financial assistance, for over 20 years.