Thanks Mashaun D. Simon for writing a piece about the Dignity Museum for Duke University’s Faith & Leadership. We’re grateful the immersion experience is still having an impact on people’s perceptions of those in poverty locally and nationally.
You can check out the full article by clicking [HERE]
You have probably heard, it’s #GivingTuesday. This is a day when people like you come together for a special 24-hour, online day of giving to support nonprofits like Love Beyond Walls.
Please add us to your #GivingTuesday list because we need your help to reach our goal that will support the work we do, transforming lives of people living on the streets and facing poverty.
This month, we will celebrate 6 years as an organization and will position ourselves to educate leaders nationally next year to replicate our efforts.
We cannot do this without your support. Please consider us today and with your end of the year giving!
Thank you for supporting us today and every day!
This past week we had a powerful panel discussion at the National Center For Civil & Human Rights about social inequity and what it means to affirm dignity in people experiencing homelessness nationwide.
Huge S/O to all of the participants that sat on the panel including key leaders from Covenant House GA and Lost-N-Found-Youth.
For almost six years, we have walked closely with people experiencing homelessness and poverty.
We have seen people get employment, restore relationships with loved ones, find help during depression, secure housing, receive acceptance in community, and come to faith.
As we approach 2020, we are planning to launch our largest campaign that echos the message in this video.
Thank you to those of you that have supported us this far and we can’t wait to share what is next.
We are a little under a month away from gathering together to share love with our community for the Holidays.
We’re grateful that we have the opportunity to walk with people every single week and forge meaningful relationships.
In fact, that’s why we gather! We gather to build relationships, bring people together, but ultimately to see lives change for the better. For a little over a year, we have mobilized people from all walks of life to come together and serve others in a way that provides dignity and hope.
We ask that you partner with us as we partner with Woodward Academy for the fourth year in a row to serve our community in College Park.
When we gather this year, we will announce plans that we are dreaming about as we continue to grow as an organization.
We encourage you to sign up to serve [HERE] or by using the button below.
This past week, we got an opportunity of designing a day of professional development for 30 Chick-Fil-A engineers to understand homelessness and poverty in our world.
We were honored to serve with an organization like Chick-Fil-A and these engineers and through our Dignity Museum.
It means so much to teach, educate, and mobilize people from all walks of life to “see” and love those on the margins of society.
Last week’s launch of “I See You: How Love Opens Our Eyes to Invisible People” at Barnes & Noble was a huge success!
Here are a few pics of the Launch Day book-signing event, it was a great time!
Thank you to those of you who pre-ordered and supported our story. We’re excited about teaching people what it means to see dignity in others.
You can still purchase your own copy here!