At the end of 2022, Austin Humanists at Work will cease operations and disband. We have gone through tremendous structural changes that began when the pandemic hit. We pivoted several times to continue serving individuals experiencing homelessness in Austin —
November 2018 Recap
Winter has arrived…at least what passes for winter in central Texas. The weather turned cooler and we had a long line for most of the morning. This is your Austin Humanists at Work November 2018 Recap! On Sunday, the temperatures
FAQ: Are you a non-profit? Do you accept physical donations?
Are you a non-profit? Yes! As of November 2nd, 2017, the IRS approved our 501(c)3 designation. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. You can donate money via Paypal, or send us a check to our PakMail mailbox
Austin Humanists at Work Recieves 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Status
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