Author Archives: Susan Sinclair
This weekend at our Whitehall location (generously hosted by our friends at ReStart 3:20), we served over 45 breakfast sandwiches, coffee, OJ and hygiene kits. Many thanks to Bill, Caroline and Dan!!
This past Saturday our old friends from NAI Brannen-Goddard joined us on the street. Everything went perfectly! We really appreciate all the support and extra effort everyone at NAI pitched in to make this weekend a success and hope we … Continue reading
Every Saturday, rain or shine, sleet or snow, FTHP is out on the street serving our friends with food and hope. However, when the weather is inclement, the Team Leaders for that Saturday may decide to implement our “Inclement Weather … Continue reading
This Saturday our friends from Cardinal Health stopped by to join us for what turned out to be one of the smoothest events we’ve had all year. Everything just went perfectly and the weather cooperated, too 🙂
This Saturday at Whitehall, in addition to our usual duties, we delivered blankets donated by our dear friends at JE Dunn.
BridgeBuilding is the cornerstone project of our initiative to “Go Beyond Breakfast”. Envisioned by our past CEO Bill Mueller, the program seeks to reach out on a personal level to address specific and individual needs that our homeless and/or unsheltered … Continue reading
On the first Saturday of each month, we hold an open, volunteer weekend so that anyone can come out and share the fulfillment we get to experience each Saturday from engaging in our mission. This weekend, along with our returning … Continue reading
In the last year, with the help of our friends at ReStart3:20, we’ve opened another service location in the West End area of Atlanta. Our mission is the same: to provide a hot meal, compassion and dignity to our friends … Continue reading
This weekend our friends, Ben and Sarah Hautt and their children… and their dear friends and their children (how awesome is that!), spent the day with us sharing their joy and joining us in our mission to feed our street … Continue reading