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Sep 5 2013

Meet the New Intern: Sophie Beal

By | September 5th, 2013|Voices|4 Comments

Today's post is brought to you by Sophie, the newest intern at the Gateway Center. Make sure to leave a comment welcoming her to the team!  My name is Sophie Beal and I am The Gateway Center’s newest intern! For the next year, I will be working with Gateway in hopes of deepening my understanding [...]

Sep 5 2013

A Talk with Bec Cranford

By | September 5th, 2013|Staff, Voices, Volunteers|2 Comments

By: Jason Tatum As you might know by now, each month staff and clients vote on who they believe should be Gateway's Employee of the Month.  For the month of August the winner was our Volunteer Coordinator superstar, Bec Cranford-Smith.  For anyone who works with Bec it is very apparent that her compassion and desire [...]

Aug 27 2013

Top 4 Undeniable Reasons to Attend Human Clay: A Benefit for The Gateway Center

By | August 27th, 2013|Events, Voices|3 Comments

By: Jason Tatum Number 1! – Fantastic food and drink! The evening is presented by one of Atlanta’s more amazing restaurants, White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails, located on Peachtree St, just across from Sun Trust Plaza.  A beautiful dining room and bar is operated by Alan and Cindy LeBlanc, the couple who also runs Max [...]

Aug 20 2013

Meaningful Miles 5K This Saturday!

By | August 20th, 2013|Voices|0 Comments

By: Jason Tatum If you know me, then you know I don’t seem like the running type.  But for years now I have been drawn to the sport for the many different benefits.  Once my legs are loosened up and I’ve been out on the path consistently for a few days, I begin to appreciate [...]

Aug 1 2013

Toxic Charity: A Book You Might Want to Read

By | August 1st, 2013|Voices|0 Comments

By: Jason Tatum I am in the middle of celebrating my one year anniversary of working here at Gateway Center, Atlanta’s homeless service center located at the heart of downtown, just a few blocks from 5 Points, just a stone’s through from the Greyhound station, and a click away from the city jail.  One year [...]