Urban Food Pantry

Urban Connected Atlanta was first founded as the Bible Way Community Development Community Development Corporation, as a practical outreach arm into the Thomasville Heights, Norwood Manner and surrounding communities. Bible Way, as we have been affectionately known in the community, has been in the community since the 1930s and began as a family initiative to help meet the needs of seniors, Families and youth in the community.

Our vision is “to provide hope through four pillars; Human Needs. HIV Aids and Health, Economic Independence and Youth and Education, catapulting individuals and families from a place of surviving to thriving.”

Over the last decade, with consistency, we have operated and offered four primary programs to the community: HIV/AIDS Support, Urban Youth Program, T.I.M.E. Grief Support and our Community Food Pantry

As we act to provide community assistance through the educational services and programs we provide, our mission will help result in greater economic, financial, physical and spiritual independence within Atlanta’s communities for Families, individuals and youth developmental programs which result in economic, financial, physical and spiritual independence.”


Organized by Urban Connected Atlanta
501(c)(3) Public Charity · EIN 58-2644202