REDEEM ProjectsMaking Things Happen

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REDEEM Re- entry and Supportive Housing


 At the R.E.D.E.E.M. House we strive to do our part in creating a world where every person has FOOD, CLOTHING and SHELTER.  The REDEEM House will achieve this goal by providing a wholistic approch to the re-entry  and tranisitional housing process that will inculde sound mental behavior evaulations, help in securing a clean, quiet and safe haven for themselves, and the ability to maintain income and live independly,

Volunteers Needed 


Come grow with us! volunteer opportunities are available with our Adopted Parks   Reentry Housing, Community garden Fruit Orchard,  Neighborhood Association all these  Redeem Projects will be an environmental model in the West End community  for years to come picking is free to the public  in the parks parks .. [read more]


West End  Farmers Market Atl


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... [read more]


Park Pride: REDEEM Adopt-A-Park


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... [read more]


West End Neighborhood Association

The mission of W.E.N.A. is to improve the lives and provide opportunities for the residents living in the West End NPU-T... [read more]

United Way Marine Toys for Tots

Free Toys Giveaway


This event will be held annually on Sunday 12PM - 2PM at Fire-station #17. There will be toys for children ages 0-14. Come and enjoy hot dogs, hot chocolate, and pictures with Santa Claus! FREE

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... [read more]


Garden Fresh - From the Plant to the Plate Training


The Garden Fresh program demonstrates how fruits and vegetables go from seed to plant to plate, as well as the importance of eating fresh fruits and vegetables. Interactive includes lunch and a tour... [read more]

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Call us:

(404) 755-9441

Find us: 

555 Hopkins Street SW,  bldg -A

Atlanta, GA 30310

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