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Lost N Found opens spacious new youth center in Grant Park

Lost N Found Youth is celebrating its eighth anniversary by debuting a new 5,000-square-foot youth center, more than doubling its housing space and realigning its leadership.

Rick Westbrook launches new nonprofit to care for LGBTQ homeless

The co-founder of an organization that cares for homeless LGBTQ youth launched a new group on Monday with plans to house LGBTQ people in need in rented homes, tiny houses and shipping container apartments.

Rick Westbrook resigns as executive director of Lost N Found

Lost N Found Youth co-founder and executive director Rick Westbrook resigned on Wednesday from the organization that cares for homeless LGBTQ youth.

Lost N Found expanding popular thrift store to Norcross

Lost N Found is stepping Outside the Perimeter. The agency that cares for homeless LGBT youth says it’s opening a second thrift store in a Gwinnett County industrial park.

Lost N Found searching for drop-in center, permanent home

Lost N Found Youth could be close to finding a new home for its drop-in center, one that would be open 24 hours a day and better able to handle the more 500 visits the current center is now seeing monthly.

Site for LGBT shelter now has $4 million price tag

The future Midtown home of a Lost N Found Youth shelter for homeless LGBT youth is up for sale by its owner – with a hefty $4 million per acre price tag.

Lost N Found scores hit with Casino Night benefit

Supporters of Lost N Found Youth celebrated the non-profit that cares for homeless LGBT youth on Saturday as they raised bucks to support it.

Lost N Found drops plans to renovate Midtown building

Lost N Found is abandoning its ambitious plans to renovate an aging Midtown building into a shelter for homeless LGBT youth as its landlord seeks to turn the property over to a developer.

Lost N Found reverses course, reinstates co-founder

The troubled agency that cares for homeless LGBT youth in Atlanta reinstated its executive director, a move that came after a week of public turmoil and mass resignations from its board.

Lost N Found implodes as resignations roll in

Five board members and one of three top executives of Lost N Found resigned as the non-profit that cares for homeless LGBT youth in Atlanta implodes in the wake of demoting its executive director.

Lost N Found board demotes beloved co-founder

The beloved co-founder that helped build from scratch a non-profit to care for homeless LGBT youth in Atlanta was demoted in a staff shakeup that has infuriated some longtime supporters of the organization.

Gala benefits gay Atlanta’s homeless youth

With a fashion show, silent auction, drag star and more hors d-oeuvre than can possibly be consumed, big crowds enjoyed the gay-run Thriving Children benefit that raised big cash for an LGBT non-profit.

Lost N Found wins $10,000 IKEA makeover

Lost N Found's big new home for LGBT Atlanta's homeless youth received a boost on Tuesday – a $10,000 makeover from the place that gays love to shop, IKEA.

Help stitch up support for Lost N Found Youth

Combining a hobby with causes close to his heart came naturally for David Gilleland. The gay man outside metro Atlanta found a personal way to wrap homeless LGBT youth in loving warmth. You can help.

Lost N Found dons gay apparel for LGBT youth

A gay gaggle can’t help but gather when it’s time to support Lost N Found Youth. The organization for Atlanta’s homeless LGBT teens put that fact to use on Friday with a new gay holiday tradition.

Lost N Found holds vigil for homeless gay youth

Lost N Found's executive director camped out in a box truck all weekend to call attention to the plight of LGBT youth in Atlanta as part of the group's three-year anniversary celebration.

Gay amputee walks 140 miles for Lost N Found Youth

Mark Sweatman will append his already remarkable story with a new chapter when he embarks on “The Long Walk Home” across Atlanta, his second such event since losing his left leg.

Give back to Lost N Found while Kroger-ing

Your grocery shopping might be one of the less glamorous gay things to do in Atlanta, but onto the Gay Agenda it must go. LGBT organizations upped the ante on your motivation to get it done.
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