Winter is very unpredictable in Central Texas. Now imagine you’re subject to these jarring weather changes without the refuge of a permanent shelter, air-conditioning or a comfortable place to sleep. That’s the reality for our clients and we hope this
The holidays are here again and what can be a better time than the holidays to do a Just Because Bag drive. Just Because bags are little brown paper bags, decorated and filled with items we don’t usually give on the
The temperature was between 45 to 54 degrees from 8 to 10 a.m., Sunday, November 17th. The purple Jeep and trailer rolled in along with a student from the Austin Community College’s honors society, Phi Theta Kappa at about 8:15.
This is a public announcement to make everyone aware we no longer are able to use our PakMail address for shipping or donation drop off. Everyone behind the scenes is working to solve this but in the mean time, we
Those living on the street need your help to stay warm this winter! Austin Humanists at Work holds a Winter Warmth Drive every October through February to serve Austinites facing homelessness and limited means. For its annual Winter Warmth Drive, ATXHAW is
Austin Humanists at Work supports keeping homelessness decriminalized and moving our city toward housing first initiatives. There is a special session City Council meeting Wednesday, September 18th at 1pm and promote those wanting change to attend. Here is information from
Sometimes a simple thank you isn’t enough for a person who has given countless hours toward a job that never paid a single cent. Laura joined Austin Atheist Helping the Homeless May of 2014. According to a volunteer spotlight we
Summer may be coming to an end for those heading back to school but Texas heat hasn’t loosened its grip yet. Even though it was a hot morning this past Sunday, 37 volunteers came to hand out a plethora of
This February we are bringing back a drive ATXHAW has a lot of fun running. “Just Because Bags”, which are brown paper bags, decorated with the craft supply of your choosing, and filled with items we don’t normally giveaway, or often in short supply.
It was a bit damp, but the rain went away and left us with a nice, brisk sunny morning. Approximately 33 volunteers served 183 individuals a wide selection of our staple personal care items, Warmth Drive donations and so much