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KJ's Social Project has been featured in numerous publications. Here are a few articles that we'd like to share.

Doing Good: Nonprofits partner to give back to homeless

Devika Rao
Dec 16, 2013
Atlanta, Ga

The Feed the Need, a monthly feeding event hosted by Fly Philanthropy and Citty Angels, partnered with The Faith Project’s Feed the Streets campaign to make a bigger impact to homeless men, women and children in Atlanta.

Doing Good: Nonprofit hosts Christmas in July event for homeless

Christmas came early for the men, women and children who receive assistance from The Gateway Shelter and Gwinnett Children’s Shelter from The Faith Project.

Viewfinder: Christmas in July for the Homeless

Raven Nichols
July 26, 2012
Snellville, Ga

The Faith Project, founded by Snellville resident Lakeisha Johnson, hosted a Christmas in July for the homeless. Our Patch photographer offers a glimpse inside the event.

Wednesday's Woman: Lakeisha Johnson

Crystal Huskey
May 24, 2012
Snellville, Ga

Lakeisha Johnson, founder and director of The Faith Project, is passionate about volunteering her time to serve others.

Reaching out to the community

Our non-profit organization brings awareness to the ever-prevalent issue of homelessness in the city of Atlanta and to remind all that can hear that this situation can happen to anyone of us in a split second. We strive to be the preferred organization for housing homeless and the less fortunate.

The KJ Social Project also want to change the face of giving back and volunteering. Our events provide volunteers with a fun experience while being taught the importance of giving back and being involved. We want to bring a different perspective with giving to those who are in need.

Message of Love Campaign

Join us during our “Message of Love” campaign. This campaign is designed to collect greeting cards that will be distributed to the homeless and those in need. We ask that greetings cards are purchased or handmade then personalized with heartfelt messages, encouraging words, affirmations, and testimonies. There is no limit to how many you can send. We ask that your message be generic to apply to male, female, child, and/or adult.

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Transitional housing

Our transitional housing program provides comprehensive support services to the homeless and people at risk in order to facilitate changes in their lives. Our goal is to provide a safety-net that keeps individuals and families off the streets. Our housing program provides housing, case management and supportive services to homeless veterans, families, and felons.  Housing of this type is a vital tool in the fight against homelessness.


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The #HashtagGive campaign is committed to helping the homeless and feeding the hungry. All donations are tax deductible. We work with several homeless shelters and local food banks in the metro Atlanta area to provide services and programs to support the whole family. Our services include: feeding the homeless, job readiness and training, and self empowerment program to promote self sufficiency.

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