Fill Your Heart With Good Intentions

It is the feeling you get when you walk past a person living on the street. You want to reach out and help them, to make their life better, but you’re not sure how. You walk away wondering what you can do to truly make a difference.

Today, you can turn your good intentions into action by supporting The Lord’s Place.

This summer, we want to give you, our friends, an insider-view of the work we do here at The Lord’s Place, by focusing on our different programs and services! In addition to these emails, you can also follow along on social media, where you’ll be able to learn more facts, stats, and even get to know more of our clients.

To read our most current newsletter, click here.

Inspiring Stories from our clients is another way to fill your heart .

Tracy’s Story

Categories: Non-Profit
In April of 2017, Tracy and her daughter moved into The Lord’s Place Family Campus from Atlanta, Georgia. In Atlanta, she could no longer afford rent because her roommate moved out.  After staying in a shelter with her daughter for almost a year, a relative learned of her situation and offered her a place to …

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Mary, Anna and Tommy’s Homecoming

Categories: Non-Profit
Mary and her two children, Anna and Tommy, moved into The Lord’s Place Family Campus in May of 2014. She had fled religious persecution in her native country, and came to the US with the help of a friend. She had made plans to move into a home, but upon their arrival, she soon saw …

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Getting Todd on the Right PATH

Categories: Non-Profit
Todd, a young man in his mid-thirties, is housed and in an assisted living facility, where all of his medical needs are addressed. When our Engagement team was first connected with him, however, he was wheelchair-bound and suffered from severe medical challenges. Additionally, Todd’s food stamps card had been stolen, and he had no one …

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Dana: A Different Woman!

Categories: Non-Profit
Dana has been housed for just about two months, and is making incredible improvements from when we first met her. She was initially living very happily in an adult-only community, when her children fell on hard times and came to live with her. Because of the neighborhood restrictions, she was evicted from her home. She …

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Melinda Now Feels Empowered

Categories: Non-Profit
Melinda left a substance abuse recovery program, landing her on the streets to fend for herself. Scared and without safety and security, she was referred to The Lord’s Place Burckle Place. Since moving in to Burckle Place, she has utilized peer support and became involved with the job training and employment services program, where she …

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