Sunday, Sept. 26 marked our first giveaway at the Mosaic Street Ministry near 183 and McNeil Road. The board has made the decision to move further north because the anti-homeless legislation that passed in May has greatly reduced the number
Giveaways: Then and now Rain, rain, go away…. at least for the giveaway it did. We had a muggy and mildly warm morning in Central Austin Sunday. In all 22 volunteers came to serve 67 people a fresh meal and
It’s time for the next Giveaway on Sunday, May 23rd. We are meeting under the IH-35 bridge from 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m. This is our first giveaway in over a year that will return to our previous configuration of tables, bins
Wrapping up 2020 with our last giveaway abs eat bag distribution of the year. Thank you to all the donors, volunteers, and supporter. You made our year what it was and we couldn’t thank you enough.
Approaching this recap a little differently to share some more about those who run Austin Humanists at Work. I have added a few links in this blog post to give you some background on where we came from and how
With a giveaway this coming Sunday, November 22nd, we are still doing our best to collect warm outerwear, blankets and personal care items. We are fairly low on men’s sizing in outerwear and could use your help to make sure
Happy October with November almost here, we hope everyone is keeping warm. The Winter Warmth Drive is well underway and a large donation of tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, and half of the blankets we reported about last month is all out
Where has the year gone? September is almost over, and we are jumping right into fall. Summer did hold on for our giveaway this past weekend. The warm humidity was thick when 11 total volunteers met at the under-bridge parking
Austin Humanists at Work has been operating with modified giveaways since June. Since June, we have gotten between 4-6 volunteers each giveaway. As Winter approaches we could use more folks to help distribute donations we have received from our Winter
As we continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, Austin Humanists at Work has some rewarding volunteer opportunities to share that involve working regularly with clients to distribute food.