• Feeding the homeless & low income families 

  • Providing furniture, clothing, books, toys, and toiletries to those in need

  • Human Trafficking Awareness

  • Participating at health fairs as vendors, promoting mental health and domestic violence awareness 

  • Youth Mentor Program ​


email: reachonecorporation@gmail.com                        EIN 35-2524574                            2015-2020     


Our Mission

Reach One Corporation

is a tax exempt organization under 501(c)3. All donations are tax deductible.

​Thank you for your support.

Member of the GA Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force assigned to the Work Groups dedicated to Keeping At-Risk Youth Safe & Survivors Supported and Protected.

About Us

To improve the lives of individuals in need by providing programs, educational services,and donations, while empowering them with self confidence and the tools they need to become successful and self sufficient. 

Our Founder, Nolana Bibbs, M.Ed. (right), was featured on WSBTV-2 People 2 People for the services she provided to local Metro Atlanta Shelters. Reach One Corporation is a nonprofit organization under tax exempt status 501(c)3. We were established in February of 2015. 

Reach One Corporation
Mailing Address 710 Dacula Rd. Ste 4A #194 
Dacula, GA 30019  

Phone 678-382-9635

​GA Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force

The mission of the Task Force is to protect the citizens of Georgia from perpetrators and systems of sexual exploitation while concurrently working to support recovery of adults and CSEC victims to ensure that they are ready for college, work, and a successful future. The Task Force operates by a targeted, strategic framework which consists of individual Work Groups addressing the five elements of the trafficking continuum: Vulnerability - Recruitment -Exploitation - Withdrawal - Reintegration.

Under this continuum, the Task Force functions based on nine key objectives: Community Awareness and Education; Youth Aware and Safe; Deterring Traffickers and Buyers; Keeping At-Risk Youth Safe; Apprehending, Investigating, and Prosecuting; Examining Underserved and/or Previously Identified Victims; Survivors Supported And Protected; Survivors Recovering and Thriving; and Examining Domestic Adult Sex Trafficking. The nine Work Groups, created and launched in 2015, operate under the umbrella of these defined objectives.


The need for coordination, communication, and collaboration on a statewide level is currently being addressed through the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force. The importance of having a statewide response focused on eradicating human trafficking in Georgia is of the utmost priority of the Governor’s Office as well as the Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. As a result of that prioritization, the CJCC is currently carrying forward the dedicated response to addressing the need for a unified strategy that works to combat exploitation in Georgia by functioning as the backbone support and coordinating agency for the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force.

The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Training

We will obtain training in five new anti-human trafficking areas including:Sex Trafficking of Men & Boys, Multidisciplinary Information-Sharing, Defining Success Beyond Arrest and Prosecution, Analyzing Culpability/Charging Decisions, and Financial Investigations into Human Trafficking.