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March 7th, 2014 ATLANTA, GA — Lost-n-Found Youth (LnF), Atlanta’s only LGBT youth homelessness program has been named Humanitarian of the year by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Atlanta. “We are excited to recognize Lost-n-Found for their outstanding efforts in saving youth from the streets of our community,” says Brigid Scarbrough, HRC Atlanta spokesperson. “The…
October 22, 2013 ATLANTA, GA—Lost-n-Found Youth (LnF), Atlanta’s only LGBT youth homelessness program, will mark two full years in operation with a weekend of events to raise awareness and educate about the problem of LGBT youth homelessness in Atlanta. November 1, 2013 – November 3, 2013: 48 Hours of Homelessness Starting 9:00 p.m. on November…
June 20, 2013 ATLANTA, GA—Lost-n-Found Youth (LnF), Atlanta’s only LGBT youth homelessness program, received its single largest donation to date from the East Point Possums, who raised the funds at the 16th annual East Point Possum Show last Saturday. The event, which takes place annually on the East Point Commons, features drag performances and other…
On May 17, 2013, Lost-n-Found Youth, Inc. (LnF), Atlanta’s only LGBT homeless program, will reveal a new strategic plan for the organization as well as a capital campaign at an event at Jungle Atlanta.
Readers of The GA Voice, Georgia’s award-winning LGBT news publication, voted Lost-n-Found Youth, Inc. “Best LGBT Nonprofit” in the 2012 “Best of Atlanta” readers’ poll.
Macy’s has awarded Lost-n-Found Youth, Inc. a $2,000 grant for the organization to continue their fight to address lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth homelessness in North
Release: Ruby Redd’s Birdcage Bingo to present Lost-n-Found Youth, Inc. with event’s record fundraising total
Mellow Mushroom midtown will be abuzz tomorrow, Wednesday, June 6, 2012.
Ruby Redd, drag queen host of Birdcage Bingo, will present Lost-n-Found Youth with a check representing the largest monthly fundraising total in the event’s history. The event’s previous
monthly fundraising record was $1,400.
Lost-n-Found Youth, Inc. was awarded a $1,000 grant from the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Order of the Flaming Sugarbakers. The Sisters presented the grant today at their annual granting ceremony, the “Giving Back Party.”