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Volunteer Spotlight: Cynthia
July 25, 2017

Our mission to end homelessness for people living with HIV is an ambitious one. But it’s possible—especially with the help of volunteers like Cynthia. In order to guarantee our clients’ confidentiality, Cynthia is one of the few volunteers who helps directly with our programs. Her work allows Living Room to continue to provide the highest […]

For Living Room, 2016 was a year of growth and positive changes. We saw impressive gains in reducing barriers to housing access for our clients. This means we were able to help more people achieve housing stability—and more quickly! We also expanded our capacity in all programs last year. As a result, Living Room assisted […]

We’re happy to share that Living Room was selected by Techbridge as a finalist for its 2017 Technology Innovation Award. The award, given by Accenture, “has come to symbolize innovation and highlights the impact of technology on the nonprofit community.” After a rigorous selection process, Living Room was chosen to be among the 40 Atlanta nonprofits […]

Georgia’s First: An AIDS Comedy
May 2, 2017

It’s not often you’ll hear a movie about HIV/AIDS labeled a “comedy.” But this post is here to change all that. Last night, Living Room and Out on Film cohosted Georgia’s premiere screening of Pushing Dead, a film with over 15 years of development under its belt. In an interview with Atlanta’s own WABE City Lights with […]

On April 28th,  Second Self Beer Company and Living Room hosted Hops 4 Hope. What a great opportunity it was to unwind after a long week! Second Self Beer Company donated a portion of the proceeds from their beer tasting and brewery tour to Living Room. Thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy new seasonal libations and live […]

It was an unseasonably warm Saturday in late January as Living Room’s group of volunteers and I lined up, signs held high, in anticipation of Atlanta’s 2017 MLK Day March. We were surrounded by various groups sporting t-shirts with catchy slogans, holding their own banners and signs. These groups were labor unions, churches, and LGBTQ […]