Now more than ever, many people are coming together to provide support to those in need. A local volunteer in ATL is stepping up to the plate by implementing even more of his selfless acts of service to the homeless community among the Coronavirus outbreak in Atlanta. Local hero, Terence Lester, is creating mobile hand-washing stations for the less fortunate.\nAtlanta resident Terence Lester co-founded the Georgia-based nonprofit organization, Love Beyond Walls, with his wife in 2013. "Love Beyond Walls has launched several national awareness campaigns to advocate for those experiencing homelessness," Terence tells Narcity.\n"It is an organization that focuses on telling the stories of and building relationships with people living on the streets."\nHe's now going above and beyond to support public health to help halt the spread of COVID-19 by building portable sanitizing stations to be dispersed throughout the city.\n"They are [assembly-based] handwashing stations that are used in RVs," says Lester. "We had the idea to use them for people experiencing homelessness because many don’t haveaccess to running water and no way to wash their hands."\nHe notes that it is more likely for the homeless community to spread germs and maintain consistent sanitation while living on the streets.\nView this post on Instagram Dmitry, was the first person to use the station yesterday to wash his hands. . He told us he hadn’t been able to wash his hands because he hadn’t had any water. This was his first response! . In times like these, I’m reminded of words from MLK Jr., . “In a real sense all life is inter-related. All men are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be, and you can never be what you ought to be until I am what I ought to be...This is the inter-related structure of reality.” —Letter from Birmingham Jail . #lovebeyondwalls @lovebeyondwalls A post shared by Terence Lester (@imterencelester) on Mar 19, 2020 at 3:48am PDT\nTerence says it costs anywhere from $100 to $150 to build the portable sinks and they will install 15 stations in the city with hopes to partner with additional states.\nTerence's overall mission for the homeless population is to focus on "narrative justice and changing the false narratives about those experiencing this plight."\nView this post on Instagram These handwashing stations are self-contained and can be filled with soap for those experiencing homelessness. . There have been several news reports but none are talking about how to keep the hands clean of those experiencing homelessness during this pandemic. . @lovebeyondwalls is working to plant these. . #lovebeyondwalls #CONVID-19 A post shared by Terence Lester (@imterencelester) on Mar 18, 2020 at 11:48am PDT\nAt age 16, he experienced homelessness himself. He recalls "living from friend’s house to friend’s house, and occasionally sleeping in parks."\nBecause of his own struggles, he is now able to provide hope and aid for those currently living through similar battles.\nView this post on Instagram Today, I am grateful I got a chance to share a message to encourage people during this fragile moment in our world. . Although it was a different experience, it was my heart to remind people of our hope, honor teams on the frontlines for showing up day in and day out, and also challenge the toxic ways “panic” has caused many to discriminate and mistreat others. . There are many unanswered questions for so many people and so many praying for comfort. . It is my hope that the words God shared in this message inspired people to hold on to their faith. . 📷 @dani_andujo . #thrive #lovebeyondwalls A post shared by Terence Lester (@imterencelester) on Mar 15, 2020 at 1:12pm PDT\nTerrence also mentions, "Now, I am working towards my PhD and have a passion to advocate for people who I can relate to."