Atlanta is Georgia’s largest city and serves as the cultural and economic hub of the state. More than 6 million people reside in Atlanta. With diverse sectors in transportation, media, and technology, it ranks in the top twenty among world cities. Like any major city, there is an imbalance of social equality.
The Project H.E.L.P Atlanta Chapter is comprised of implants who all have a passion for making a difference in the lives of others! Listening to the diverse ways in which all members have volunteered in the past and their service goals for the future was a catalyst for the creation of Project H.E.L.P Atlanta. We took those individual passions and the blessing from the San Antonio family and applied collective action to become a fixture in the Atlanta community.
Our Mission is Simple – help those in need in Atlanta communities, inspire a local movement of passionate volunteers to make a difference in the lives of those who need it most!
Project H.E.L.P Atlanta focuses on large outreach efforts primarily in the urban core of the city. Meeting people where they are is essential for making the greatest impact. Data shows there are approximately 3,200 individuals experiencing homelessness within Atlanta and food insecurity is the highest within the urban core.
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There are three ways you can be involved in Project H.E.L.P Atlanta! Your help will support our quickly growing movement, while also contributing to expanding our innovative service delivery!
The Project H.E.L.P. ATL Wish List is another way you can participate and have a direct effect on enhancing the lives of those less fortunate. We are a registered 501(c)3 - 84-4009222
Volunteers make a difference – and our volunteers are truly the fabric of our Nonprofit! We look to our volunteers for a variety of tasks. Everyone has gifts and skill sets that can be leveraged to help reduce the homeless disparity in Atlanta. We’d love to meet you at one of our ASSEMBLY or DISTRIBUTION Events!
Strategic partnerships not only strengthen our organization but boost efficiency, increase engagement, and enhance our programmatic impact. We have a range of partnership opportunities available with Project H.E.L.P. Atlanta. As a registered 501(c)3 Nonprofit, Project H.E.L.P Atlanta is open to receiving support, volunteers, and financial commitments from local churches, corporate businesses, and other nonprofits within the Atlanta Community with whom our core objectives align.
Our ultimate mission is to come alongside populations who are underserved. If your organization is interested, we welcome to opportunity to discuss a business relationship.
Please email Daniel Farr for partnership inquires at firstname.lastname@example.org 501(c)3 - 84-4009222
"Humanity & philanthropy truly mean everything to me. At my core, I consider myself a servant leader that gets fulfilled the most when I am being in the community giving my time and energy. I live by the Bible verse Proverbs 19:17 so it’s become not only my passion, but my calling. With being new to the Atlanta community, it’s my goal to continue this mission of serving. "
" Volunteering gives me the opportunity to give back to my community. It allows me to pinpoint an issue and work hard to become part of the solution. As a new resident of Atlanta, Georgia I feel obligated to do what I can to improve our amazing city! "
" In my pursuit of continuous growth and success, philanthropy grants me the opportunity to give back to the community. Philanthropy allows me to assist in the growth of others who are often over looked. "
"When I think about humanity, compassion and empathy come to mind. The ability to care about the well-being of a stranger. Giving back to the Atlanta community is important to me because, in a thriving city filled with seemingly limitless opportunities and advancement, it's easy to consume and take. Volunteering and serving others is an expression of my gratitude. I’m grateful for the opportunity to come alongside those in need because we are all deserving of help. "
"Humanity is having compassion towards one another, and recognizing that we’re all on earth for the same reason. We all walk different paths of life, but we all want to live."
"Growing up I’ve seen all forms of poverty and those images became valuable building blocks for my life. Giving back to the community is my way of showing respect to the people and situations that shaped me to be the man that I am. "
"Humanity. To provide service 1st and true love for all mankind. This is what life is all about."
"Humanity to me means an act of kindness, a generous gift, and the disposition to do good. Being in a position to be an benevolent individual to someone else who is less fortunate is a feeling like no other."