Humble Treasures Turned 1!

Letter from Executive Director

It is with great joy I am able to announce and celebrate that Humble Treasures has made it to our 1st year of service and success. It’s incredible to think that this organization all started in my dining room from just an idea and willingness to help people, and today we have distributed 2,000 articles of clothing, served 402 individuals and partnered with 8 Community Organizations in the Metro-Atlanta area. We recognize that clothing is a very basic need, yet affordable clothing is a challenge for those that are under-resourced. Our goal is to provide appropriate interview attire, school clothes, and seasonal clothing; which are vital for success and personal dignity, and with your help we have been able to do just that.

I want to thank our donors, volunteers, community partners, and most importantly all the individuals we have served throughout the year. Because of you, Humble Treasures has grown into the awesome community resource that is has become today.

As we move into our 2nd year my hope is that we will serve more individuals via our Treasure Market and introduce new services that will only continue to add to the needs of our community.

Thank you for your commitment and support. I look forward to new partnerships, continued meaningful impact, and all the great things that year two has to offer.


Tiffany McGahee, LCSW

Executive Director & Founder

Humble Treasures, Inc.


“I needed some black pants to go out and look for work today. So, this is perfect!”~ Patricia, Client

“ Wow,I can’t believe something like this exists, this is just what I needed.”~ Sherise, Client.

“This is an awesome program, and we greatly appreciate all that you do for our clients.”~ Staff, Center for Black Women’s Wellness, Community Partner

“I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your services last night.  The families and I really appreciate your organization coming out and giving your time.” “Everything was so nice and organized!"

~ Staff, Our House Shelter, Community Partner

What's Next for Year 2?

  • Continue to provide the Treasure Market “Pop-up Shop” experience on a monthly basis to Community Partner Organizations who primarily serve women & girls.


  • In response to the expressed needs of those we’ve served we plan to launch a Girls Mentoring Program in October 2016. We will be providing a group mentorship program to girls ages 10-17 to help them achieve personal success through positive relationships, life skills, and community service. More details, coming soon.

Painting with a Purpose Fundraiser

Sunday, Sept 25th 2pm-4pm

You don't want to miss this event as it's a great way for you to meet new people, have fun, and create your own masterpiece!


“More Than Just an Outfit” Fashion Show Brunch & Fundraiser

Saturday Nov 5th 11am-2pm, Dunbar Rec. Center, Atlanta, GA. 

Join us as we showcase some of our donated clothing and community partners over brunch to raise funds for our organization. More details coming soon.

Board of Directors (2015-2016)

Ellyn Dupuis, Treasurer, Shawn McGahee, President, and Carmen ospino, Secretary

Ellyn Dupuis, Treasurer, Shawn McGahee, President, and Carmen ospino, Secretary

We are so incredibly grateful for the service of our fantastic Board of Directors. Thank you so much for supporting our mission and helping us grow during our foundation year. We couldn’t have done it without you! We also want to send a special thank you to Ellyn who served on our board for the past year, but is taking on an opportunity outside of the country. We will miss you!