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Because Life Matters

Auntie Angie's House

Auntie Angie’s house, the Beacon, will be a 1929 Victorian -styled home, sits in the heart of the historic and landmark King District in Atlanta, Georgia.


It will serve as an oasis for pregnant women with an unplanned pregnancy, no family support, and modest or no education, but with those who have a dream. The dream is to honor the life of their unborn child.


The 6,000 square foot, three-story Safe House will boast of nine- bedrooms (double occupancy) 9 bathrooms,  En-suite, a chef's kitchen, a parlor, a physician’s exam room, spacious dining, educational training room, community space, and transportation to nearby houses of worship, medical facilities, and educational programs.


Auntie Angie’s House will provide life-skills and occupational training for its female occupants during and after pregnancy to ensure its guests are fully equipped for motherhood and the workplace.


To learn more about the historic home and how we're keeping "The Dream" alive, click here.

To donate labor and materials, click here.


To schedule a call or a tour, email us here.


We are delighted that you took the time to appreciate the vision of Auntie Angie’s House and look forward to your partnership.


The American King Foundation is the owner of Auntie Angie’s House and is a 501(c)(3). Your donations and in-kind donations are tax deductible.

Building a House

Auntie Angie


The founder of Auntie Angie’s house and president of the American King Foundation, a 501(c)(3), Angela Stanton-King, is no stranger to the feeling of desperation mixed with hope during a pregnancy.


She is known worldwide for serving time in prison with an unplanned pregnancy. Although facing hardship she chose Life and gave birth to her child while chained to a bed with a sheriff watching. After spending years serving her community under the watchful eye of her godmother, Evangelist Alveda King, the niece of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Angela later received a full unconditional pardon from President Donald J. Trump, and he made it illegal to chain incarcerated women during childbirth. 


Angela has never forgotten her own experience. Her journey brought her to this moment, a beacon of light and hope for other women with nowhere to turn, chained to their circumstances, undereducated, in poverty, and told abortion is the only answer.


Angela has a history is ministering to woman with an unplanned pregnancy and is now considered godmother to 68 babies who she had a hand in being born and not aborted.


Our Team.

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