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: March 7, 2014 | Posted in Athens, Atlanta, Feed the Hungry, Gainesville, Housing, News, Rome, Smart Lunch, Smart Kid
Action Ministries is proud to announce that it has earned the highest rating from Charity Navigator, America’s premier independent charity evaluator. Receiving four out of a possible four stars indicates that Action Ministries adheres to good governance and other best practices…
Date posted: February 27, 2014 | Posted in Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Feed the Hungry, Gainesville, Housing, News, Rome, Smart Lunch, Smart Kid
Action Ministries was recognized as the No. 45 fastest growing business owned or led by a University of Georgia graduate during the 2014 Bulldog 100 Celebration on Jan. 25. John Moeller, President & CEO of Action Ministries, graduated from UGA…
Date posted: February 7, 2014 | Posted in Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Blog, Feed the Hungry, Gainesville, Housing, Rome, Smart Lunch, Smart Kid
For those of us in metro Atlanta, last Tuesday, Jan. 28, was a day of major interruption — to our personal schedules and agendas, our interstates, our neighborhoods, the state of Georgia and beyond. By now, I would imagine most…