Current Needs

Current Needs Each week we attempt, with the Lord’s help, to provide those who attend Sunday School and our worship service with a little food and their five most needed items.  Year round, we support the recovery of homeless men through a residential program.   Additionally, we help provide food security for families in poverty through our food cooperative program.  Your gifts are 100% tax deductible.  Jesus Place is recognized by the IRS as a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization.

Homeless Needs   (As of May 2015)

  • Bibles (Translations only, no paraphrases;  Large print is a plus)
  • Men’s workpants or jeans (waist 30-40, length 31+; new or gently used)*
  • Belts:  (all waist sizes)
  • Men’s Workboots or Tennis Shoes (new or gently used, sizes 9-13, 14,15)*
  • Shirts (Large, XL, and XXL long-sleeved, gently used)
  • Baseball caps (new or gently used)
  • Blankets (twin size preferred, please no lap blankets, bedspreads, or comforters)*
  • Athletic Socks (new only)
  • Underwear (boxers and briefs, new only, Medium, Large, and X-large)
  • Book bags or Gym bags * (dark colors preferred, suitable for men)
  • Dollar Store Reading Glasses (all strengths)
  • Deodorant
  • Combs
  • Disposable Razors
  • Washcloths (new preferred)
  • Sample / Travel Sized Shampoo

*These Items are critical and in constant demand.


Fish House  (As of May 2015)

  • Fulltime employment for  2 of our clients.  This will also provide $800 monthly to offset cost of the Fish House Program as men invest in their own program.
  • Pantry supplies:  semi and non-perishables.  Note: Clients living expense must be fully supported until they are employed.  Contact Berry Crowe at the Fish House for details (770)-774-0280
  • Handyman to repair appliances in main house and program manager’s apartment
  • Roofing and group willing to install on main house (Update: We are scheduling a group of men from Indiana to come and donate the labor for this over the summer.  If anyone is interested in purchasing the material, please let us know)
  • Prayer partners

 Food Cooperative  (As of May 2015)

  • $700 per month to provide 24 life-changing tons of food to 50 familes a year (around 250 people in poverty).  We are currently partnering with 3 social workers covering 8 schools and hope to expand the program.
  • Churches who will partner with us to establish food co-ops in your own communities.  We will help train.
  • Families that qualify under Federal poverty guidelines who will be recipients of “Food Security”
  • Volunteers to provide childcare and homework assistance during co-op meetings