For 30 years, Buckhead Christian Ministry (BCM) has worked to prevent hunger and homelessness for local people facing life-changing events such as a job loss, a reduction in work hours or a medical problem. By meeting basic needs through our Emergency Assistance Program, as well as providing access to life skills education and support services through our Housing Programs, BCM helps local families, primarily low-income workers, achieve stability and regain self-sufficiency. Community volunteers assist in the delivery of services, bringing hope and compassion to people of all faiths.
BCM serves more than 8,500 individuals of all faiths annually. They are people you encounter on a daily basis — waitresses, clerks, janitors, and health care assistants — and reside in 15 zip codes throughout metro Atlanta. BCM enjoys a broad base of support from 30 churches, as well as individuals, foundations and organizations.