The work of Crossroads is supported by individuals, faith-based groups, organizations and grants/ foundations.
Essential to helping our homeless Guests get their lives back on track is having a street mailing address -- without it, they're unable to get a job, a home, or prescription medications.
Brownie Girl Scout Troop 29414 in Dunwoody raised $320 in cash and 85 cans of food for Clyde's Kitchen to earn their final service project badge for the school year.
Companies like Georgia Power, Hunton and Williams, Kilpatrick Stockton and GE collectively make and deliver thousands of sandwiches for the Crossroads Kitchen.
To serve over 60,000 meals each year the Crossroads Kitchen has an ongoing need for staple food and supplies. Click here to see the full list of staple food and supplies needed. If you would like to coordinate a Food Drive for the Crossroads Kitchen feel free to call the Kitchen Volunteer Coordinator, Sylvia Campbell, at 770-972-3130 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org