Studies have shown that public transportation is a key driver of health and equity. And at Open Hand Atlanta, we’ve long known that, without equitable access to healthy foods, individuals and families are at much… Read more.
I have great news to share with those of our amazing partners and supporters who are passionate about… Read more.
Open Hand began with just a handful of volunteers in the soup kitchen at St. Bart’s in 1988. Read more.
Our program—in partnership with Atlanta VA Health Care System and… Read more.
As Open Hand Atlanta’s new board president, I’m excited to help us on our journey to create even… Read more.
Research has shown that access to healthy foods can improve health outcomes for women diagnosed with gestational diabetes… Read more.
The need for support doesn’t end when a patient leaves the hospital: in fact, being discharged is just… Read more.
As more and more people are successfully pursuing COVID-19 vaccinations, businesses and organizations… Read more.
Teresa—or “Mama T”, as her neighbors lovingly refer to her—can often be seen in her garden or sitting on the front… Read more.
Just this past week, Open Hand Atlanta celebrated the one-year anniversary of the opening of Jesse Hill Market… Read more.