Food Co-Op & Delivery
Our food co-op is designed to help low income households secure affordable groceries for their families. It is held every 2nd and 4th Saturday at Briarcliff Methodist Church located at 4105 Briarcliff Rd. Atlanta, Ga. 30345.
Safe Harbor is a home for children in need of a safe, loving environment – a place where they are treated like family. It provides an environment where children and young people can begin to heal in a loving, supportive setting. Safe Harbor not only offers youth basic needs of food and shelter, but also provides the counseling, nurturing and structured, safe environment they’ve been missing on the outside.
Mercy Community Church feeds several thousand homeless men and women each week. Donated food and supplies helps with their great work reaching those in need on the streets and at their facility. Every 4th Wednesday of each month, C2A hosts a church dinner for the homeless at St. John's Lutheran Church.
Brunswick Homeless Feeding programs
C2A works with two Brunswick Homeless Shelter to provide a hot meal twice a month to 75-100 people. The Brunswick Shelters are a hospitality center that provides resources to the homeless, such as a shower, a bed to rest, AA Meetings, education, employment, laundry room, phone, internet access, and an address for correspondence.
Elite Operations Decompression Program
The US SOF community is comprised of the most elite military men in the world. These units are dispatched to the furthest reaches of the globe to protect the interests of America and other nations around the world. Many of these men have spent decades (yes, decades) in deployment rotations, dedicating their entire professional careers to protecting our country, our flag, our constitution. These are the men Contribute2America endeavors to serve.
Here is how it works: Upon completion of a deployment, SOF leadership selects the individuals they believe could benefit the most from our program. This program take place during the soldier’s "time off" between deployments.
Once there, the soldiers participate in adrenaline-based recreational decompression activities along the beautiful Georgia Coast. The program is intended to push these men, not pamper them, but all are routed in compassion, love and brotherhood…emotions that often can seem intimidating as they reenter civilian life. After the completion of the program, our recipients are re-deployed to serve and protect... and so the cycle continues. Currently, we have two programs scheduled for 2018.