March 23rd starts another chapter for our organization with a project/program we are launching called, Dignity Museum.
We are grateful for every person that believed in this project from the beginning. We plan on educating students and any person(s) that wants listen and hear a perspective that is often forgotten.
To learn more, visit lovebeyondwalls.org/dignitymuseum
Today, we are celebrating the fact that we got the technology working on the monitors inside @dignitymuseum and we are on schedule to launch March 23rd.
We cannot wait to show you the special technology/art exhibition that will be inside the shipping container.
Last time to sign up! Link in bio or visit lovebeyondwalls.org/volunteer
This past week, we completed the outside design of our shipping container! This was a huge step in creating a space where the voices of those who are unheard will be heard.
The decals tell a story! The phrase “Experience The Forgotten” makes a bold statement that invites people to hear the struggles, hopes, and fears of those who are experiencing homelessness.
We are literally less than two months away from launching Atlanta’s first traveling museum that represents homelessness and poverty.
Are you excited with us? Check out some of the update pictures below.
We are still in need of an additional $2500 to finish the technology inside, but are confident some generous person(s) will step up before our launch date. Click [HERE] to donate.
Check out the progress below!
The time has finally come! We’re getting closer and closer to the launch of Dignity Museum! We can’t wait for a select number of people to be the first individuals to experience this museum.
Our launch date is March 23rd!
We’re hoping to make a big splash by educating and mobilizing people to step up and love their neighbors. We will launch with interactive technology and iPads, plus a special exhibit.
Sign up here to reserve one individual ticket for each person attending the launch. Spots are limited and are going fast!
After giving Brad a haircut, Samson learned that Brad was heading to a job interview. Brad literally said that the simple haircut would be exactly what he needed for him to land the job. It’s amazing the types of stories that come out of our Gather Atlanta Experiences.
“Prayerfully he got the job!”—Samson
You never know how a small act of service can change someone’s life.
This past Saturday, we Gathered hundreds of volunteers in the heart of the city of Atlanta to mobilize them to build intentional relationships with people who are experiencing homelessness.
We are going to share many pictures this coming week of some cool stories.
Here’s a sneak peek of the shipping container!
The decals are looking amazing on the side of the container. The countdown continues for the launch of Atlanta l’s first museum that represents homelessness and poverty.
We can’t wait to to share what this is going to look like. Dignity Museum is up next. Excitement is building.