Please Donate to help us Feed the Hungry & Homeless in Jesus name.

In the evning Jesus disciples came to Him and said; send the multitude away that they may buy food, but Jesus said unto them, you feed them. Matthew 14:15,16 +++ Jesus has told me to Feed them. Will you help me Feed the Hungry and the Homeless in Jesus name? We are visiting Shelters around the city of Atlanta Feeding the Hungry and the Homeless, encouraging them, loving them. You can help make a difference in the lives of hurting people. Give Today. All gifts are tax deductible. Thank you.

Praise God,  We are Feeding the Hungry & the Homeless here in Atlanta, Ga. Will you help us?


Homelessness Facts

  • Chronic homelessness is the term given to individuals that experience long-term or repeated bouts of homelessness. The chronically homeless are often the public face of the issue, however, they make up only 15% of the entire homeless population on a given day.
  • Nearly 48,000 or 8.5% of all homeless persons are veterans
  • On a given day, nearly 20% of the homeless population has serious mental illness or conditions related to chronic substance abuse.


  • The lack of affordable housing is one of the biggest factors behind contributing to homelessness.
  • According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, a family with a full-time worker making minimum wage could not afford Fair Market rent for a two bedroom apartment anywhere in the U.S.
  • A renter earning the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour would need to work 90 hours per week to afford a one-bedroom rental home at the Fair Market Rent and 112 hours per week to afford a two-bedroom.
  • Poverty is the other major factor that contributes to the homelessness epidemic. A lack of employment opportunities, combined with a decline in public assistance leaves low-income families just an illness or accident away from being put out on the streets.
  • In  Atlanta, Ga; More than 6,600 men, women, and children who were considered homeless were counted in Atlanta, Fulton and DeKalb counties In 2002, then-Mayor Shirley Franklin commissioned a plan to "end homelessness" - an ambitious and almost impossible task - by 2013. According to a census released the number  of homeless people in Atlanta and Fulton and DeKalb counties, were staggering, there's still a long way to go. Today the numbers are even more staggering, probably over 10,000 and growing. Will you help us make a difference in the lives of humanity?
For a Gift of $25.00 we can feed 20 Homeless People from the streets of Atlanta.
For a Gift of $50.00 we can feed 45 Homeless People from the streets of Atlanta,
For a Gift of $100.00 we can feed 100 Homeless People from the streets of Atlanta.
For a Gift $200 we can feed 220 Homeless People from the streets of Atlanta.
All Gifts are Tax Deductible. Thank you.

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