Beacon on the Bay 2019

Volunteers of America Southeast (VOASE) will host the 4th annual Beacon on the Bay on May 9, 2019.  The free breakfast will be held in the Ministry Center located at VOASE’s corporate office, 1204 Hillcrest Road, Mobile, Alabama, 36695 and will start at 7:30 am.

This year’s program highlight will be on VOASE’s Veterans Services.  Attendees will learn about the support VOASE offers to veterans in Alabama and Georgia.  Guest speakers will include Wallace Davis, President and CEO of VOASE, as well as a veteran from Eagle’s Landing, VOASE’s transitional housing program for homeless veterans.

Eagle’s Landing is located in Mobile, Alabama on Moffett Road. The 38-unit apartment complex offers temporary housing with wrap-around support services designed to meet the needs of homeless veterans.

Learn more about Eagle’s Landing and all the services that VOASE provides in the community by attending the Beacon on the Bay breakfast. Covering Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia, VOASE is the second largest Volunteers of America affiliate in the country. Programs include services for people with intellectual disabilities, mental illness, substance abuse, at-risk youth, and housing for low-income seniors.

This free breakfast would not be possible without the support from individuals and business partners.  Sponsorships for the breakfast begin at just $250. Please consider purchasing a sponsorship.

For more information about Beacon on the Bay sponsorships, to RSVP for the breakfast, or to schedule a tour of a VOASE program, contact Amanda Gonzales at or (251) 338-1297.

Healthy Homes, Healthy Churches

Tuesday Evening May 14
5:30-8:30 PM

Volunteers of America Southeast
1204 Hillcrest Road
Mobile, AL 36695

– Rolling with Adolescence:  Understanding and Supporting the Transition to Adulthood
– Practices of Healthy Marriages
– Self-care in the age of “busy”
– …and others


Krista Mehari, Ph.D., University of South Alabama
Robert “Buddy” Landry, Ph.D., University of Mobile
Joseph Currier, Ph.D., University of South Alabama
Chelsea L. Greer, Ph.D.  Springhill College

Continuing Education Credits will be offered for Social Workers.

Light sandwiches, chips and bottled water will be provided.

The Church at Hillcrest and HIS Kids

HIS Kids offers children, youth, and young adults with special needs a safe and learning environment during worship service.  Trained staff will provide care in sensory rooms, allowing parents to participate in worship.

For more information, contact Digger Creel:

The Church at Hillcrest
1204 Hillcrest Road
Mobile, AL 36695