In 2013, Terence formalized the concept of Love Beyond Walls as more than just an idea by incorporating as a nonprofit and living as homeless person in the heart of the City of Atlanta. With the permission of his family, he lived on the streets to understand the sufferings of those faced with homelessness and poverty. He was put out of shelters, slept under bridges, ate handouts, begged for money, got put out of restaurants, stayed up countless days, and experienced every aspect of homelessness first-hand.
He wanted to wear the shoes of the people the organization serves.
The organization has focused on raising awareness of the realities and needs of those experiencing lack and vulnerability, and using that vehicle as a way of mobilizing people to take part in those stories.
We continually raise awareness and mobilize an army of people who dare to get involved in breaking down barriers and dreaming up new solutions.
Since starting, Love Beyond Walls has mobilized thousands of people to serve those that are vulnerable and forgotten.
Love Beyond Walls is a 501(c)(3) organization recognized by the federal government.