Helping Homeless & Feeding Hungry
Lift Up Atlanta is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that is committed to helping the homeless and feeding the hungry. All donations are tax deductible. We work with several homeless shelters in the metro Atlanta area and the homeless directly in providing everything from basic needs to computer training/job skills.
Our goals are to provide services and programs to support the whole family. Our services range from feeding the homeless on the streets of Atlanta to our job readiness/self empowerment program to promote self sufficiency.
Lift Up Atlanta has been helping the community since 2011.
We have provided thousands of free lunches to needy children, provided food, personal hygiene items and water to thousands of homeless people.
Hundreds of needy children every year have received new backpacks, school supplies, hair services and Christmas toys.
Hundreds of needy families have received Thanksgiving baskets, family baskets and other support services.
It doesn’t end there. We provide FREE computer training, career workshops and women empowerment workshops. We want to not only provide basic needs but we want to help families move to the next level to have the life that they so rightfully deserve. This is all thanks to our great volunteers and sponsors. It is only possible with people like you.
Please VOLUNTEER or DONATE!
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