At last month’s Run for Wishes 5K at Atlantic Station, Tiffany Brennaman, Michael “Dr. Foot” Scott, and Andrew Hayes of Back on My Feet Atlanta talk about the organization “dedicated to creating independence and self-sufficiency within the homeless and other underserved populations” through running. 

WABE’s Charles Edwards reported on the launch of the Atlanta chapter last November.

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"We’re using things that people already have to help people that have nothing."

Continuing our profiles of organizations working to help others around the city, Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta Operations Manager Courtney Hodges talks about the organization, its mission, and how their work affects the lives of the people they serve. 

Drew Benton talks about Project Live Love, “a non-profit organization designed to influence culture through love in action by engaging, networking and mobilizing people who are motivated by love.”

"Somebody needs to do something about this… maybe it’s supposed to be me."

Dr. Charles Moore of Atlanta’s HEALing Community Center talks about the health clinic he started, first out of his car, and now as a modern facility offering a variety of medical services and education for homeless and underserved communities.

The clinic is located in Atlanta at 2600 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., SW, across from the Hamilton E. Holmes MARTA station.