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
Three vehicles stuffed to the brim with donations, tables, and all the fixin’s, arrived at the parking lot under the bridge of I35, Frontage and 8th Street in Central Austin, across from APD headquarters. They were greeted by approximately
In late March, Austin Humanists at Work along with Keep Austin Fed received a large donation from a local anonymous donor. It was a wonderfully overcast morning to bring together over 25 volunteers, who sorted through seven pallets of hand
It’s gettin’ warmer ’round these parts! A nice morning though for approximately 20 volunteers and 148 people served. March 18th was the tail end of South By South West, but saw a few new faces in and behind the line.
As we posted last week, Austin Humanists at Work was approved with our 501(c)(3) designation. In honor of this huge milestone, ATXHAW is launching a fundraising campaign, Hooray for $2017, with the goal to raise $2017 before the end of
Austin Humanists at Work (ATXHAW) is proud to announce that we have received our 501(c)(3) designation, officially establishing the organization as a nonprofit. Since 2014, ATXHAW has been collecting donations of personal care items to help people experiencing homelessness and
For November giveaway, we’re running our Just Because Bags drive to give a little extra back to the community to show we’re thinking of them. “Just Because Bags” are a great activity to do with children, scouting troops, or as
First volunteers started showing up around 8:15 this morning. There’s a lot to set up before the line is opened to the people we serve each giveaway. Even though school has started for all of Austin and fall is right
Texas summer heat was in full force during the June giveaway, which is why we meet as early as we do at 9 a.m. Heading toward 100 degrees, the day started off hot and muggy. About 30 volunteers came out