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The Effects of Cold Weather on Those Facing Homelessness

January 21, 2019
Effects of Cold Weather on Those Facing Homelessness in Atlanta

The winter and cold weather aren’t favorable for those facing homelessness.  As the harsh Atlanta temperatures creep below 20 degrees and the winds begin to pick up speed, those that find themselves sleeping outside fear of what cold weather brings. The effects of cold weather on those facing homelessness are dangerous. Many scramble just to…

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THE LIGHT: January 2019

January 15, 2019
Ryan at Atlanta Mission's, The Potters House

“Running a New Race” High on heroin and meth, Ryan spent his entire adult life racing to rock bottom. Then he found a new starting line. One year ago, Ryan stood at the starting line to run in Atlanta Mission’s annual 5K Race to End Homelessness. He’d never run that far before. Could he make…

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Celebrating Your Generosity in 2018

January 7, 2019
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At the beginning of every year, we like to reflect on how extremely blessed and thankful we are for everything you do for the men, women, and children here at Atlanta Mission. Without you, we wouldn’t be able to continue providing hope for those facing homelessness. Your generosity and support really do help change the…

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Chilo’s Story of Transformation

December 21, 2018
Chilo and son at Atlanta Mission

A New Family for the Holidays Chilo and her young son had never experienced a real family Christmas before. Until now. For many people, Christmas and the holiday season are a joyful, special time, filled with memories of time spent with loving friends and family. For others, however, there are no joyful memories. Chilo, a…

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6 Ways You Can Help Those Facing Homelessness Start the New Year off Right

December 10, 2018
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The new year is a time that signifies hope and a fresh start for many. But for some, it’s just another day, another turned page in a book that isn’t what they thought it would be. While you’re ringing in the new year and making resolutions with friends and family, think about those that are…

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One Simple Hello Makes a World of Difference

December 3, 2018
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Nobody deserves to feel like they are invisible, but that’s the case for many facing homelessness in Atlanta today. Homelessness is a temporary situation that can happen to any of us at any given time. If you were in their shoes, wouldn’t you want someone to stop and say hello? Think about the interaction you…

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The Shepherd’s Inn: Homeless Shelter for Men in Atlanta

November 26, 2018
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The Shepherd’s Inn is our men’s shelter located in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Every day, up to 450 men experiencing homelessness are met with open arms and led towards life transformation. For those who choose help, we offer a place of comfort, safety, and genuine understanding. The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not…

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How to Help Those Facing Homelessness This Holiday Season

November 12, 2018
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As we get closer to Thanksgiving and Christmas, we’re reminded of all we have to be thankful for. While many of us are spending time with family and friends, some are spending the holidays on the streets. People facing homelessness often do not have family and friends to spend the holidays with or a house…

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THE LIGHT: November 2018

November 10, 2018
Chilo and Son at Atlanta Mission

A New Family for the Holidays Chilo and her young son had never experienced a real family Christmas before. Until now. For many people, Christmas and the holiday season are a joyful, special time, filled with memories of time spent with loving friends and family. For others, however, there are no joyful memories. Chilo, a…

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Ali’s Story of Transformation

November 5, 2018
Ali and his brother at The Potter's House

Growing up, Ali never felt like his mother loved him. As a single mom, her attention and care were fixed on her other three children and Ali was left to fend for himself. He began to hang out with the neighborhood kids in order to have a sense of community. At the young age of…

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