Human Clay: A Benefit for the Gateway Center

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Human Clay: A Benefit for the Gateway Center

By Gateway Center

When and where

Date and time

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 · 6:30 - 10pm EST


White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails 270 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30303

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Join us November 15, 2016 from 6:30-10:00pm for Gateway Center's 4th annual signature event, "Human Clay - The Next 10 Years: Making Strides to End Homelessness".

The evening will be a celebration of the success the Gateway Center community has seen this year in shaping lives and ending homelessness for many of the 7,000 persons in Atlanta currently experiencing homelessness.

Along with southern food & libations, a silent auction and live music, we will explore the ways in which Gateway Center has seen lives shaped into self-sufficiency: off the streets and living in their own safe, affordable, and permanent housing.

Join us for a night to make new friends and connect with old ones, enjoy the amazing atmosphere of White Oak Kitchen, and be a part of a dynamic group of leaders in our city who are working to see homelessness end for each and every person who walks through Gateway Center's doors.

What to Expect

  • Silent Auction full of art, photography, and local goodness
  • Great food + Tasty libations
  • Live bluegrass band
  • Thoughtful commentary on the fight to end homelessness in Atlanta
  • A celebration of the amazing work and progress being made in 2016
*The event is Cocktail Attire
*One hundred percent (100%) of your ticket purchase price goes directly to The Gateway Center. Gateway Center will issue receipts January 2017.

About the organizer

Organized by
Gateway Center

Since 2005, Gateway Center (GWC) has been committed to providing effective, strategic, and innovative program and services as part of our collective impact model.

GWC is a proven leader and has positioned ourselves to be adaptable to respond to the needs of the homeless community. Gateway Center programs are designed to address the underlying barriers that prevent individuals and families from transitioning out of homelessness, such as unemployment, behavioral health, housing affordability, and/or medical conditions. We provide a trauma informed and a client-centered environment where individuals can receive the tools they need to end their homelessness and achieve self-sufficiency. To ensure the alignment of services, Gateway Center has focused our efforts into our Five Keys to Success (1) Housing Placement and Stability, (2) Health and Wellness, (3) Family and Community Engagement, (4) Job Skills Training and Placement, and (5) Adult & Financial Literacy.