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Good News At Noon Homeless Shelter Receives Donation from Voice4Nations
Published by apardue on Tue, 11/18/2014 - 10:02
BUFORD AND GAINESVILLE, GA… In recognition of World Homeless Day, Voice4Nations, the non-profit outreach of virtual phone service company VoiceNation, donated to the food bank of the Good News At Noon homeless shelter which serves the homeless community in Gainesville and Hall County.
The shelter, which is open 365 days a year and serves 55,000 meals a year, is a faith-based community ministry that relies on donations. World Homeless Day, an annual event held on October 10th, raises awareness of homeless peoples' needs and offers opportunities for local communities to help. Voice4Nations collected canned goods from their staff and donated them to people in need at Good News At Noon.
Voice4Nations has made it their initiative to assist the homeless population in any way possible. Every Saturday, their homeless outreach team volunteers at a homeless shelter in downtown Atlanta. The objective is to simply show this population in need that people really do care. Voice4Nations also provides hygiene products, clothing, Internet access so individuals can communicate with family, food, and reading materials to the shelter.
For more information on homelessness and to learn how you can help the homeless crisis, visit http://www.voice4nations.org/homeless.
Voice4Nations, the non-profit outreach of VoiceNation, acts as a voice for the nations - a voice for those who can't speak for themselves, like the 50 percent of all children who live in poverty. Voice4Nations' goal is to create awareness, encourage people to make a difference, and connect them with successful organizations where they can make a contribution directly funding the need.
Voice4Nations.org was launched to address three key initiatives: bullying prevention, the global water crisis, and homelessness.
To learn more about Voice4Nations, visit http://voice4nations.org/