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The Generational Impact of Homelessness

April 22, 2019
mother and son together because of the generational impact of homelessness

For those facing homelessness, change isn’t just about a hot meal and a place to stay. Change is about sustaining and growing as a person emotionally, spiritually, and physically. Choosing help at Atlanta Mission has the power to completely change the trajectory of not only an individual’s life, but the lives of their children, their…

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3 Ways to Spread the Love to those Less Fortunate this Valentine’s Day

February 11, 2019
man looking into the distance thinking about how to Spread the Love to those Less Fortunate this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate those who fill our hearts with joy, but for those facing homelessness, Valentine’s Day can be filled with the remembrance of failed friendships and past relationships. While you’re spending the day with those you love, think about how you could help spread the love to those less fortunate…

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16 Blankets for 16 Homeless Babies

January 5, 2018
Homeless mother and child at Atlanta Mission with donated blanket and hat

At Atlanta Mission, we’ve learned that God blesses us in unexpected ways, and at unanticipated times. This Christmas season, God provided a connection between a senior group in Alpharetta and homeless mothers with babies that we serve. We serve between 80-100 children whose mothers are experiencing homelessness each day. Many of these children have undergone…

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See People and Love them Well

August 24, 2017
Collage created by a woman at Atlanta Mission

By Denise Briscoe Today I reached my 300th guest. What does that mean? That means I have had the amazing privilege to get to know 300 beautifully made women, and sometimes their children, one on one while building a relationship with them. I have worked with Atlanta Mission at The Atlanta Day Shelter for Women…

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