1. Provided meals and clothing to more than 1600 Atlanta hungry and homeless individuals
2. Held workshops and information sessions on HIV/AIDS, HPV, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse and Rape.
Provided counseling services to over 300 individuals, including young adults, children and youths in the
Atlanta and DeKalb Communities.
3. Provided School supplies for 65 Homeless Children living at an Atlanta Shelter
4. Provided Breakfast and lunch for over three hundred (300) children in-need in DeKalb, Gwinnett,
Rockdale and Decatur
Sent  barrels of donated medical supplies, school supplies and children’s clothing to Guyana for
churches and schools,’ Regions 10, 2, and 4.
6. Provided Scholarships for 2 adults to continue their Nursing Training in Guyana: 1st Installment $40, 000
7. Provide stipend to help repair home for homeless family of four (4) in Guyana
8. Provided funds to purchase an Electric Saw to help in the Amerindian Community of Guyana. Lumber
9. Provided funds to help with transportation for second chance program in need of work.
10. Provided school supplies for children in needy in Atlanta.
Deskan’s Second Chance program made a difference for more than 10 individuals who benefited from this
program for this year.
Some of our Services
The Food Pantry
Deskan provided grocery boxes of food to over 2,500 families. Deskan also helped serve over 21,426 meals.
Annual Community Holiday Giving
The Community Holiday Giving Program distributes to over 2,000 families,
Deskan has provided clothing to local organizations that share in the cause of “Second Chance for Individuals”.
Helping the Homeless
Homelessness is not a choice.... Help IS! Homelessness is not unique to in town Atlanta communities.
Nationwide, two factors have contributed to the increase in homelessness over the past several years.
Medical Mission & Missionary Work
This program contributes to over 2,000 families, personal hygiene products, clothes, food, household goods, & more.
The goal of Deskan Institute and Training, Inc., is to provide youth and young adults with experiences that:
Encourage personal healthy lifestyles.
Encourage prevention efforts that will aid in the reduction of mother-to-child transmission of HIV virus and prevent new infections. More info, click here.