The Work We Do
True community outreach means creating opportunities and spaces to go out into the community and bring the community together. REDEEMED Projects features several main projects that occur annually and throughout the year which do just that: bring people together around food, fun, and services. See Below for the list of projects that REDEEM engages in day in and day out.
Resources, Economic Development, Employment, Entrepreneurship, Mentorship
REDEEM Re-entry Transitional Housing Program
The way to independent living!
Must be a single female with income. We provide:
• 12-18 1-month temporary stay
• Permanent housing assistance
• Help with deposit and first-month rent
• Help with furniture
• Agri-Job training
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...
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
Park Pride: REDEEM
Park Pride’s Adopt-A-Park the Gorden White Park was adopted by Redeem projects It was organized by the neighborhood watch, WENA, to clean up abandoned lots. and nearby parks The Holderness and Lucile fruit trees and Gordon White Park urban garden Demo park...
One of the biggest West End events of the year! Organized by the West End Neighborhood Association, National Night Out brings residents, service providers, vendors, and the whole community together for a night of food, fun, and bonding. Stay tuned for more info as Fall approaches.