Project Live Love partnered with the Golden Key International Honour Society’s Global Stand (a Live Love Experience) to serve the refugee community in Clarkston, Georgia on Saturday, July 28th. The Global Stand service event was part of Golden Key’s 2012 International Summit that took place July 26-29, in which hundreds of scholars from around the world gathered in Atlanta.

“We are were so excited to introducing the members of Golden Key to the idea of improving their community with love in action. It’s so important that we cultivate an attitude of living love in this generation and we kew the members of Golden Key were up to the challenge.” – Drew Benton, Project Live Love, Founder and Chief Lover

While in Clarkston, members of Golden Key were led by project managers from Project Live Love in community outreach activities such as working in Friends of Refugees’ Community Garden, delivering groceries to individual’s homes, leading a community outreach project with the Family Heritage Foundation, leading community clean up with Friendship Forest, painting at the International Bible Church, and more. The mayor of Clarkston, Mr. Emanuel Ransom, even joined one of the volunteer teams to thank them for their service to the city.

Prior to the service day, Brad Rainey, Executive Director of Golden Key International Honour Society said, “Golden Key is committed to impactful service in the communities where our chapters are located from across the world. We are very excited that our members will have the opportunity to serve the international refugee community in Clarkston during the 2012 International Summit Global Stand.”

To view the photo album from the service day, click here! To find out how your community group, church, or school group can participate in a custom Live Love Experience, send us an email at