Chattanooga mothers get a helping hand Sunday from Hope Unlimited Ministries.
Organizers tell us they wanted to give single mothers words of encouragement, and a support system.
Health fair booths were also set up.
Rita Carr, with Hope Unlimited Ministries, says, "Single moms, often their journey is very difficult, one of pain, issues such as finances and housing, and at time food, so the journey for single moms are very difficult, and so the ministry, Hope Unlimited Ministry, which is around the world, we seek to be a comfort, to encourage, and lovingly be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ."
Annisa Bates, a single mother, adds, "It's inspirational for single parents, grandmothers, and even single dads to come out and fellowship with others."
This annual event was free and open to the public.