Partner Organizations

Local Organizations

Feed ‘Em Soup is a not-for-profit organization serving in DeKalb County. They provide healthy meals, seasonal clothing, and encouragement to people in need and would like you to become involved. At Feed ‘Em Soup, the goal is to remind people that there is always hope.  For up-to-date information about Feed 'Em Soup, like them on Facebook.

The Voluntary Action Center also serves people in the DeKalb community by offering community meals and administering Meals on Wheels. Their services aim to ensure the health and wellness of people in need and rely on the kindness and generosity of people in the community.

Hope Haven’s mission is to provide shelter, meals, and life skills programs for homeless individuals and families while preparing them for re-housing. Hope Haven will advocate for the rights of the homeless, and those at risk for becoming homeless, while working in collaboration with others to end homelessness in DeKalb County.

National Organizations

The White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships works to build bridges between the federal government and nonprofit organizations, both secular and faith-based, to better serve Americans in need.

 

The Interfaith Youth Core, founded in 2002 by Eboo Patel, is an organization that promotes religous and non-religous tolerance on college and university campuses. The organization's mission is to create a movement in which young people work together to apply the core value of all faiths – service to others.

Feed 'Em Soup

Volunteer Action Center

Hope Haven

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