Living in a shelter shouldn’t interfere with your dreams.
Our mission is to mobilize metro Atlanta communities to address the challenges of poverty by focusing on hunger relief, housing and education. By meeting immediate needs and providing top-notch educational opportunities, our programs are designed to lead people out of poverty.
They made sure I had all the resources I needed to be successful, despite my circumstances.
We serve homeless women through the Women’s Community Kitchen and homeless children through the Children’s Program. Kids like Iesha face special challenges as they strive to achieve their educational goals. Since 1988, Action Ministries Atlanta has worked with children and their families to meet these challenges, achieve their dreams and ultimately break the cycle of poverty.
What does it mean to invest in the life of a person like Iesha? How much does it cost to give someone a chance at breaking the cycle of poverty? Get in touch with us today and find out!
Date posted: April 18, 2014 | Posted in Atlanta, Blog, Feed the Hungry, Smart Lunch, Smart Kid
Please enjoy this moving guest blog post by sixth-grader Ethan Hellman. Ethan read the piece aloud during today’s 34th annual Good Friday Pilgrimage, when people of all faiths visit 14 urban sites throughout downtown Atlanta and reflect upon Christ’s suffering in…
Date posted: April 1, 2014 | Posted in Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Feed the Hungry, Gainesville, Housing, News, Rome, Smart Lunch, Smart Kid
United Methodist Connectional Federal Credit Union is partnering with Action Ministries to ERASE HUNGER This Summer. In response to the theme, Earn. Save. Give., credit union members and other giving Georgians will have the opportunity to sponsor lunches with the Smart…
Date posted: March 28, 2014 | Posted in Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Blog, Feed the Hungry, Gainesville, Housing, Rome, Smart Lunch, Smart Kid
Every year, the holy season of Lent is a sober reminder to me of our neediness as human beings. Because of my job at Action Ministries, I’m aware of many needs in Georgia that I would not otherwise know. I know…