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Martin Luther King Jr Poor Peoples Church Of Love

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1035 Donnelly Ave Sw Atlanta GA 30310 USA


Provides support to homeless and elderly To rescue, restore and re-stabillize people in crisis by providing for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs preventing the cycle of proverty through fostering, empowering, and enabling self-sufficiency and building a caring community of huamnity

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Having been CEO of a successful non-profit in Atlanta for 15 years, it is with this persepctive that I commend the staff and volunteers of Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless for outstanding service and passion for the work they do. Their reputable holiday Dinners are the Nation's largest sit-down dinners for the hungry and homeless, reflecting the enormous care and compassion in Georgia for those who are struggling. The year round services they provide to prevent homelessness is perhaps not as well known but it should receive much acclaim. Their back to school Jamboree gave over 2,000 school children and hundreds of teachers great help with supplies as well as school clothes, calculators, computers, and boxes of fresh produce to take home. They have wonderful strategic partners in Kroger and Publix, but know our state has more demand than supply for helping keep food available for all of our citizens, therefore more financial support is always welcome. They are diligent with every dollar they receive, and hope to grow their facilities within the next year.

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Increase the exposure to the public about their year-round programs and services. Increase their storage capacity and refrigeration space.

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