Making Change Happen
The Mission of REDEEMED Projects, a Work Force Housings program, is to focus on providing safe and stable housing for homeless women in metro Atlanta and offering agri-jobs and supportive services for the needy men, women, families, and our youth. REDEEMED also focuses on the present community Resources by cultivating Economic Development in the community through Entrepreneurship and Employment which leads to permanent housing and Mentorship.
Resources, Economic Development, Employment, Entrepreneurship, Mentorship
Re-entry Work Force
The REDEEM House provides a wholistic approach to the re-entry and transitional housing process that includes sound mental health and behavior evaluations, help in securing a clean, quiet and safe haven for themselves, and the ability to maintain income and live independently.
Call 404-755-9441 for appointment
Mother Clyde Memorial
West End Garden
The City of Atlanta's first Community Garden was founded in 1995 by 97-year-old Mother Clyde and Sister DeBorah Williams to rid the neighborhood of abandoned lots. Because of the movement, a neighborhood watch was founded, the WENA, the West End Farmer’s Market ATL, and two adopted parks that have come to feature fruit orchards and gardens.
This event provides the West End community and surrounding area with an opportunity to purchase local, fresh goods, or market added-value products.
Sponsors, Vendors, Added Value Produce and Talent Showcase Opportunities available. Accepting WIC, SNAP, debit, credit cards. Get more with WWG $2 for $1 double and save.
Contact Market Manager at 404.755.9441
Check out the rest of REDEEMED Projects!
There are so many more ways to get involved with us. Click below to find out more about our other projects, including West End Neighborhood Association, National Night Out, and our Adopted Park Fruit Orchard projects!
The West End Farmers Market
ATL is back this June and we
are looking for vendors:
Starting in June the West End Farmers Market is open in the West End community every Friday , Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Come experience the joys of farm-to-table freshness and see for yourself the best of what ATL's growers have to offer!
We always welcome the participation of vendors, entrepreneurs, and small businesses to provide the vital goods and services our communities need. If you're interested in vending, please reach out to us
Come grow with us!
Are you looking to volunteer? Looking for housing assistance? Or looking to pick up some fresh produce? Bring home some flowers for bae or some green baby bushes to freshen up the air at home?
Let us know below how best you can contribute to our community building! Then click on the map to the right for directions to us!