Stories of Transformation
Your support really does help to change the world. One. Person. At. A. Time.
These stories of transformation are the proof.
Hot meals served to our neighbors Monday – Friday 11am – 12 pm. The staff prepares the meals and volunteers for area churches SERVE each guest. No buffet lines. The meals are nutritious and the environment is peaceful.
A poverty elimination program modeled after Cincinnati Works that helps our neighbors up and out of poverty. It is not job training. It is moving forward through work. After completing an employment readiness boot camp, members work one-on-one with our job coaches. The coaches focus on building strong relationships with the members to get them to work, keep them at work and help them advance at work.
A few times a month, trained volunteers gather at the old St. Cyprain’s Chapel and invite our EATS guests to come in and pray. It is a simply a time of corporate prayer, no counseling and no proselytizing. it is one thing to share a meal with a stranger, it is another thing to share your prayers with a stranger. Volunteers and guests alike look forward to these gatherings. Everyone leaves uplifted and encouraged. Simply put, new relationships are created and our community grows stronger.
RIVERSIDE BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING COLLABORATIVE
A collaborative effort of local several area mental health counselors to improve our communities access to mental health services. The collaborative will help facilitate group sessions and reduce the stigma associated mental counseling.
We’d be honored to have you share in the joys, struggles and transformations of Georgetown’s most vulnerable souls.