On Sunday, January 22, Buckhead Church’s Intersect Project is having a food drive to benefit Buckhead Christian Ministry (BCM). There are two simple ways you can help: bring food and volunteer your time.
Join us by bringing your food donation to church on January 22. Together, we have an opportunity to fill BCM's shelves and our neighbors' tables. Our goal: Feed 600 families from our community for one week. That’s 24,000 pounds of food!
Help by bringing the most-needed items.
Sunday, January 23, at BCM
Help unload food donations at BCM on the Monday after the food drive. This service opportunity is for adult men only.
What is BCM?
Buckhead Christian Ministry (BCM) works to prevent hunger and homelessness for local people facing life-changing events, such as a job loss, a reduction in work hours, or medical problems. BCM provides short- and long-term solutions that range from food and clothing to housing assistance and life-skills education, placing special emphasis on helping Atlanta’s low-income workers.
For more information, please visit buckheadchristianministry.org.
What is The Intersect Project?
Intersect makes serving in the community simple for attendees of Buckhead Church. We aim to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ through serving others. To serve, we move beyond our building into the city to care for our neighbors in need. Specifically, we introduce people to service opportunities through our nonprofit partnerships.
For more information, please visit our page.