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.
The line was long, the weather was muggy, but the volunteers were solid. Here’s your Austin Humanists at Work September Recap! The summer months are always challenging for people experiencing homelessness. Spending a majority of time outdoors can be
Hello everyone, Hasn’t the rain been wonderful lately? It’s dropped the temperature down nicely and dropped the wildfire danger to near zero. While it’s nice to have a front yard that doesn’t look like a hay field, the off and
Hi everyone! We can’t believe it’s been two years since we changed our name from ATXAHH to Austin Humanists at Work. The time has flown by, and it has been a wonderful ride. We’ve seen the amount of people that
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.
We moved our last giveaway of the year to coincide with Christmas Eve to help those in need…and there were quite a few. Here’s the last giveaway recap of 2017! As we approached the end of the year, we wondered
As the Austin Humanists at Work celebrated their first month as a registered 501(c)(3) organization, we had a bunch of volunteers, a bunch of donations and a bunch of fellow humans coming through the line. Here’s what happened at our
New volunteers, a lot of donations and couple hundred folks came through the line. This is your October 2017 update. Midway through October, you would expect some cooler weather…even in Texas. However, the giveaway started out as most of our
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