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Thanks to hundreds of volunteers, our many generous donors, and our hard-working staff, we served thousands of meals and many gifts to our homeless clients and guests. Check out our photo gallery!
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Dozens gathered at the County Courthouse to remember those lost to homelessness in 2023. This event is held each year on the first day of Winter. Speakers included Nina Moseley and Randy Webber of Wayside Christian Mission, Congressman Morgan McGarvey, and  Emery Lee of the Salvation Army Center of Hope.
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Nina Moseley and Congressman Morgan McGarvey
honor our neighbors lost to homelessness in 2023.
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Many gathered outside the County Courthouse to recognize their lost family or friends.

Alan Canterbury

Alice Boyd

Anthony Haines

Barry Neal Gaddie

Bernard Crenshaw

Boris Gellis

Carl Goesman

Carolyn Rice

Charise Matthews

Chris Fajardo

Christopher Bloxham

Clarence Ray

Dallas Drew

David Dickson

Demarcus Keene

Ernie 

Franklin McCune

Fred Beach

Greg Trout

James Hunt

Jeffrey Paul Blari

Jeffrey Vincent Key, Jr.

Jennifer McDermott

Jeremy Hurst

Jermaine Gray
Joseph Murphy

Joseph Russo

Keith Stroud

Mark Rogers

Matthew Joe Dvorak

Michael Rigney

Patrick Cecil 

Rickey Sanders

Ryan F.

Sarah Ghode

Stacy Faust  

Stanley Wright

Stephen Rogers

Steve Webster

Steven Lamont McCoy

Sue Jasper

Tabitha McCartle

Thomas Burnett

Thomas Fitzgibbon

Timothy Horton

Voluen Cooper

"Primo"

The most impactful statement came from Nina Moseley who told the sad story of an individual who recently died from a tent fire on a cold night. She said that this death and many others could be avoided if our area homeless chose to take advantage of the many resources available to them.

If you need help OR know of someone who does, you can always call Wayside Christian Mission at 
502-584-3711. Don't wait. We can help!
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Volunteer Orientations on Saturdays at 10 am - no appointment needed

If you and your family or organization would like to volunteer to help Wayside's homeless clients, drop by Hotel Louisville any Saturday at 10 am for an initial orientation visit. You'll watch a short video, do a little paperwork, let us get a copy of your ID, and you can choose your favorite volunteer activities. Then, just call 24 hours in advance of any activity and you'll be added to the calendar.
Questions? Call Tracy at (812) 251-6907.  Hotel Louisville is located at 120 West Broadway, 40202
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Our Good Samaritan Patrol will be traveling the city to offer supplies to homeless individuals on the streets to help them survive the cold. Please help us gather jackets, blankets, hats, gloves and hand warmers.  Supplies can be dropped off at the Shelter or Hotel Louisville.
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Learn about a great client success, Christmas plans, & more in the latest newsletter!

Providing Emergency Services since 1957

With your support, we create lasting change in the lives of homeless men, women, and children.

"You will feel the joy and want to come back every week."

Sherry Wood, Beautician & Wayside Volunteer

Helping others in need often does more for the giver than the receiver.  We've all been blessed with skills to help others. Visit our volunteer page to see how you can help!

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Sheltering and Helping Men,Women, Children, and Veterans.

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