What We Do

I Care Atlanta, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to ending homelessness by reaching out to the working poor and homeless men, women, and children in Metro Atlanta and surrounding communities.

Hunger Relief

Feeding the food insecure through the provision of groceries, cooked foods and linking clients to resources and emergency assistance.

Emergency Help

Partnering with local police, social workers, and community aids to help in crisis situations and promote self-sufficiency. 

GED Center

Everybody deserves a second chance. Education is the most important step in moving forward.

Seniors Program

We must help those who can no longer help themselves by at least providing them a daily meal.

Job Placement

With guidance and training, we can help move individuals back into the workforce.

Mentor Program

Everyone needs a mentor, especially those who find themselves alone and homeless.

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“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” -Mohandas Gandhi

I Care Atlanta, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non- profit organization devoted to ending homelessness by providing resources and emergency assistance to the working poor and homeless men, women, and children in Metro Atlanta and surrounding communities.

We provide the link between the stores who have the food and those who need it.

Our goal is to serve the homeless and low income families by furthering their opportunities and addressing their personal needs to help them take responsibility for their future and their families. To this end we have launched a GED training and Job Placement center, which includes adult basic education and English as a second language. We feel that we can best serve their needs by going to them and developing relationships to help them climb out of the cycle of poverty, and bring them out of the old lifestyle into a more productive one.

We are always looking for volunteers for our various projects and day to day operations, and we welcome you to... Get Involved!

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