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Elisabeth Omilami Talks Hosea Helps, Unbought and Unbossed, and Labor of Love Event Sept 17

Elisabeth Omilami

Saturday morning at 7am Kiplyn Primus speaks  with Elisabeth Omilami, CEO of Hosea Helps formerly known as Hosea Feeds the Hungry, as the organization continues to expand their reach beyond the "dinner season." Ms. Omilami, the daughter of civil rights leader Hosea Williams, also shares her memories of Julian Bond.

In 2016 Hosea Helps will launch the "Unbossed and Unbought" tour visiting HBCU's around the country. This effort will present Elisabeth Omilami as "the daughter of a general" in the civil rights movement will take her story of service and protest to the youth on college campuses.

Kiplyn Primus and Elisabeth Omilami

On September 17th at the Georgia International Convention Center between 10AM-3PM Hosea Helps presents a Labor of Love job fair and training for adults.  

This event is open to people who are job ready as well as people who are looking for training to update their skills. If you have an interest in starting your own business there will be a skills assessment opportunity for entrepreneurs.  The Labor of Love event will assist you where you are from starting your own business to obtaining a new job.  This is a community event open to the public with support of the Georgia Department of Labor.

Hosea Helps Dinner season is about to begin. Hosea Helps will deliver over 2000 meals to seniors who are homebound.  In need community members who attend the dinners will have access to medical advice provided by the Morehouse School of Medicine. In addition to dinner, members will also receive grooming, clothes, and more. 

The big dinner events are Thanksgiving, Christmas, MLK Birthday and Easter. Hosea Helps is currently looking for organizations and individuals to begin turkey drives. For each dinner Hosea Helps will need between 700-800 turkeys.  For more information on how you or your organization can help, visit www.4Hosea.org.