We envision promoting positive change and transitioning veterans and unsheltered patrons to a self-sustaining status in our communities.
Events & Recaps
10/10/2019 - WSFU News
"Greenwood, Florida Is Still Feeling The Pain From Michael"
Click below to see how a quick collaborative effort between HHNR and TEG HELPS turned into a 4 hour road trip to help the victims of Hurricane Michael in Greenwood, FL in October 2018.
"Community Collaborative: FTHP, TEG Helps & Hunger Has No Religion."
Three organizations coming together 6:30am Saturday morning, to feed, clothe, and provide hygiene essential's to our unsheltered patrons on the streets of downtown Atlanta. Every unsheltered patron is a real person. It's our responsibility to assist those in need beyond the holiday season. Homelessness is a year around problem all over the world that we must stop, someway, somehow.
"The Annual Donny Edwards Award Sponsored by Feeding the Homeless Project Inc."
"Emory Campus Life Employee's recognizing one of its own Shining Stars."
Surprise reception for employee Sandra Edwards for her philanthropy and nomination from the March of Dimes as a 2019 Atlanta's Woman of Distinction. Sandra Edwards is being recognized for her work with Hunger Has No Religion by the March Dimes. Hunger Has No Religion assist the unsheltered population of Atlanta with Hygiene Essentials and Clothing.
"HBMS 2nd Annual Hygiene Drive for our unsheltered of Atlanta."
"Don't judge, Just listen!"
During our monthly Days of Service we always make time to speak with our patrons as we serve them with various essentials. Just because they're unsheltered, doesn't mean their voices shouldn't be heard.
"Roswell's HBMS Completes Their Hygiene Drive"
Holcomb Bridge Middle School in Roswell, GA completed their one month hygiene drive. We interviewed one of the teachers that participated in the event. HBMS has signed on to participate in our hygiene drive once per year. Thanks too Mr. Glenn Johnson, teachers and staff for their support.