Hey, we are looking for people to collaborate with to provide makeovers for people in need in the city of Atlanta, College Park, East Point, & Hapeville! Every makeover could potentially lead to someone changing their life completely. If you are interested, please see the artwork below.
Good news…. The first two sections are completed! We will unveil how it looks soon, and take it out for a test run. In fact, we only have one more section to go (showers)! We need your help though…
It will take another 10K to complete. If you would like to give to our project please click [HERE]
This Good Friday, we will take all the resources we have raised for #lovefeeds and #feedtheblock…. Tons of families in the College Park area are food insecure, and are in need of food to survive. Join us as we serve families… For more info, email email@example.com
This Saturday, we need volunteers to sort hundreds of hygiene products and meet @mission_mad at the finish line! Additionally, we are prepping the bus to hit the road for the first time this month! Get involved, volunteer!
This past weekend, Derrick Bailey (Principal in Cobb) dropped off several boxes of food raised from a young men’s mentoring group called, “Man or Male.”
This group shows young men the importance of having character and integrity throughout their life. We will use these donations to resource many families that are food insecure in the area where our office is located.
Thanks to 11Alive News and The Color Spot, the outside is done…. Woohooo… It was extremely awesome picking up the bus this past weekend, and seeing the transformation to the outside complete. Now, all we have to do is complete/finish the inside.
Currently, we are building/framing sections and taking steps toward completion. This is super amazing to see the bus that we were donated back in September 2014 come so far… God is truly pushing this project forward.
We ask that you help us raise the last 20K to not only finish the interior of the bus but to get the bus up on the road providing full makeovers to people in need around the city. These funds will cover more materials needed to continue transforming the inside of the bus, labor, and get us running.
Below are the before/after photo, and the framing we have done on the inside. If you’d like to give, please click [HERE].
Help us to continue to make a difference. We’re participating in the 5th annual ‘IKEA Life Improvement Co-worker Challenge’ – a program that gives our charity the chance to win a makeover from IKEA (16th Street Location). This makeover will help us create a training space for those in the community that is functional, inviting and well-designed — a place our community can feel welcome and comfortable.
Participating is simple. All you have to do is go to www.IKEA-USA.com and vote for (#lovebeyondwalls). You can vote once a day from February 16th until March 2nd. It’s that easy! To vote, click the image below. Thanks for your support!