The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Athens, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide immediate shelter and guidance to homeless families with children, due to the impact of misfortunes upon their lives. Once accepted into our program, IHNA provides food, shelter, daycare, and transportation as needed.
Interested in becoming a volunteer with IHNA?
Please attend the following training session: Sunday, July 1, noon at Athens Church of Christ. For more information, contact UUFA IHNA Coordinator Mark Hodges (email@example.com). Support of IHNA is part of UUFA’s Justice Cluster