HomeAid Atlanta has partnered with Atlanta Mission’s Fuqua Hall to renovate the kitchen at their home serving homeless men on their way to independent living. Fuqua Hall offers affordable, transitional housing for men who have completed Atlanta Mission Shelter or Recovery Programs. HomeAid builds and maintains what they call dignified housing for transitionally homeless. In February 2012, Ivan Rouse, Atlanta Mission’s Manager of Volunteer Services, contacted HomeAid to inquire about partnering with Atlanta Mission for the kitchen renovation. This is the second project the two groups have partnered together to complete. In 2004, HomeAid Atlanta and Builder Captain John Wieland Homes & Neighborhoods built Atlanta Mission’s Second Mile Home in College Park, an 11-unit, 48-bed home for homeless women and children.