LNFY Trivia Night at Rocky Mountain Pizza

LNFY Trivia Night at Rocky Mountain Pizza

Mar 7, 8:30pm - Mar 7, 10:30pm

Rocky Mountain Pizza
1005 Hemphill Ave NW
Atlanta, GA  30318 Map

Are you competitive? Are you full of random factoids? Or do you just have a really great group name you've been dying to use? Maybe you really like pizza and helping homeless youth!

Either way, come out to Rocky Mountain Pizza for trivia night! 5% of the profits from the night will go directly to Lost-N-Found Youth to help LGBTQ homeless youth off the streets and into stable housing.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN PIZZA
1005 HEMPHILL AVE
ATLANTA, GA 30318
8:30pm-10:30pm

Bring your friends and help a great cause!
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Volunteer Orientation

Volunteer Orientation

Mar 9, 7:00pm - Mar 9, 8:00pm

Lost-n-Found Youth
2585 Chantilly Dr NE
Atlanta, GA  30324 Map

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of homeless or at-risk LGBTQ youth in Atlanta? We need your help! Please join us on February 9th to learn about Lost-n-Found, our youth, and our mission to end LGBTQ homelessness.

At this orientation we will discuss the severity of LGBTQ youth homelessness across the Southeast and introduce you to the program we've created to address the problem. Following the class you'll be prepared to work with existing clients and help to identify and assist homeless LGBTQ youth still living in non-supportive shelters and on the street.

Background checks will be required to work with our youth. Please download forms using the link below and bring the completed paperwork along with $10 to cover processing to the class. Please also be sure to bring a copy of your driver's license!

Background check forms are available here: drive.google.com/file/d/0B7xXus1XYfDfSEtVMnBFOFBiXzg/view?usp=sharing
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Volunteer Orientation

Volunteer Orientation

Mar 11, 2:00pm - Mar 11, 3:00pm

Lost-n-Found Youth
2585 Chantilly Dr NE
Atlanta, GA  30324 Map

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of homeless or at-risk LGBTQ youth in Atlanta? We need your help! Please join us on February 9th to learn about Lost-n-Found, our youth, and our mission to end LGBTQ homelessness.

At this orientation we will discuss the severity of LGBTQ youth homelessness across the Southeast and introduce you to the program we've created to address the problem. Following the class you'll be prepared to work with existing clients and help to identify and assist homeless LGBTQ youth still living in non-supportive shelters and on the street.

Background checks will be required to work with our youth. Please download forms using the link below and bring the completed paperwork along with $10 to cover processing to the class. Please also be sure to bring a copy of your driver's license!

Background check forms are available here: drive.google.com/file/d/0B7xXus1XYfDfSEtVMnBFOFBiXzg/view?usp=sharing
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StarBenders present Friday Night Classic! ALL AGES free show

StarBenders present Friday Night Classic! ALL AGES free show

Mar 31, 8:00pm - Mar 31, 11:00pm

Avondale Towne Cinema
106 N Avondale Rd
Avondale Estates, GA  30002 Map

Make Fridays Rad Again

Starbenders
Hungry Girl
Cutcard

ALL AGES

Fundraiser for Lost-N-Found!
Accepting cash donations as well as:
Sanitary products (shampoo, soap, deodorant, etc.)
Gift cards for food
clothing and household goods

Learn more at:
lnfy.org/

Their Mission-
Lost-n-Found Youth assists homeless youth from 13 – 25 in stabilizing their lives, including preparing them for permanent housing and stable employment. In addition, LNFY is Atlanta’s leading non-profit with the specialized expertise on and dedication to the needs of LGBTQ homeless youth and we take a special responsibility to ensuring their well-being.

Their Story-
Lost-n-Found Youth is the outgrowth of Saint Lost and Found, an LGBTQ homeless youth fund project of the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

Founded by Rick Westbrook, Art Izzard, and Paul Swicord after each of them experienced being turned away when attempting to place queer youth into local shelters and youth aid programs, the three resolved that something needed to be done to address the immediate need.

They called a public town hall meeting and invited these local homeless youth support agencies to express outrage and determine what resources existed. The meeting made clear that no organization was specifically actively working to take LGBTQ homeless youth off the street. Rick, Art, Paul and others assembled in November 2011 with the support of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to establish a privately funded emergency shelter, and the Saint Lost and Found project (now Lost-n-Found Youth, Inc.) was born.
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