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About Us

The Story of

Sister DeBorah & REDEEMED Projects


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In August of 1993, REDEEMED Community Outreach was incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. Its founder is Sister DeBorah Williams. She knew that five factors had to be put in place for the REDEEMED projects to make an impact in enhancing the present community. These five factors include the following: providing Outreach Resource, Education, Economic Development, Employment, Empowerment, and Mentor-ship programs.

Thus, the name R.E.D.E.E.M. Projects was born.  


REDEEMED is a grassroots, faith-based nonprofit. We are committed to improving environmental health and providing safety, food, housing, and job training to the community. This endeavor began by developing co-operative gardens, a farmer’s market, and fruit orchards right where we live. They have been built inside adopted parks and on abandoned lots to replace drug infested and abandoned properties. The outreach introduces agribusiness and entrepreneurship to residents to HELP create generational wealth to sustain their own lives!

Evangelist Sister DeBorah Williams,

Founder of REDEEMED Projects

The Mother Clyde Memorial West End Garden was birthed from REDEEM Outreach projects. Several projects were targeted for 3 populations: the homeless, unemployed, hungry low-income people. Master Gardener Sister DeBorah teaches these populations agriculture, agri-business, agri-jobs, urban farmer training, and life skills. Since then, REDEEMED Projects  has formed three additional annual projects:


•  West End Neighborhood Association (WENA)

•  West End  Farmers Market ATL

•  Park Pride Adopted Parks (fruit orchard and community

   gardens  in a park) also housing while you work 

The 28 years of services that REDEEMED has provided for the West End community have culminated in numerous awards and accolades including:


•  National Night Out 2010 All-Star Award 

•  Atlanta Community Tool Bank Inaugural Legacy Builder

   Award 2011

•  City of Atlanta Chief’s Award for Zone 4 2012

•  Zone 4 Neighborhood Watch Award 2012 

•  Cox Conserves Heroes Award 2012  

•  Mayor Reid City of Atlanta Phoenix award 2013 

.  Councilmember Winslow Community Service Award 2019

Please donate today to help us help others!

We appreciate all donations! 

Community Kitchen Garden

The Benefits of a Community Garden

Provides fresh, affordable produce

Provides fresh, affordable produce

Builds a sense of community

Not only does the food go into feeding people, but the work of cultivating brings the whole neighborhood together.

Gets people active & improves physical health

Gardening, farming, it's hard work! A great way to stay active!

Educates about gardening, nature & cooking

What do we do with all this food? We eat it! And teach cooking coures.

Want to help us keep the dream alive?

As a non-profit we rely on donations to sustain the life-changing work do for the West End. Please donate whatever you can to keep the dream alive. Your donations go toward expanding our existing projects meaning more housing opportunities, more agri-jobs, and more fresh food for the community. Every bit counts.