This giveaway taking place after an unprecedented winter storm will contain our usual personal hygiene item. We will also reach out to unhomed neighbors, or folks with limited means needing water, food, tents, sleeping bags, tarps and other winter clothing
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.
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
It is full steam ahead with the giving season here at Austin Humanists at Work. October – December of each year brings a bit more items to our community who needs support from people all over the Austin area. With
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.
In the wake of the global pandemic and national emergency due to COVID-19, Austin Humanists at Work is taking extra precautions to protect the health the safety of the individuals we serve and our volunteers. The board of directors has
Happy February! We are expecting another busy giveaway on February 23rd. We are testing out a slightly shifted setup spot for the event, so look for the blue canopy, yellow shirts, and our Austin Humanists at Work sign. In February,
A new year is underway and we have been busy behind the scenes getting ready for 2020. Earlier this month, four volunteers spent a few hours organizing and doing inventory in our storage unit, which is sponsored by a generous
We have a lot to be thankful for this month, including the fact that we are celebrating two years as 501(c)3 nonprofit organization! This month we invite our clients to celebrate with us as we offer goods outside our usual
The 40-degree temperature drop has everyone in Central Texas bundled up this second week of October. 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