Incommunity: Board Games & BINGO
Friday, April 26 From 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM (College Park)
InCommunity partners to enrich and sustain the lives of individuals who have developmental disabilities, their families, and their communities. This volunteer opportunity helps InCommunity carry out its mission by bringing awareness within the community of the mentally disabled and bringing a sense of normalcy for our individuals that are treated differently. Volunteers will play board games and BINGO.
22nd Annual Community Health Fair
Wednesday, May 15 From 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM (Westside)
Sadie G. Mays Health & Rehabilitation Center is a 206-bed, skilled nursing facility that provides short term rehabilitation, long term nursing care, respite and hospice care to our patients. The 22nd Annual Community Health Fair is their major community outreach event of the year. Attendees will be active seniors from throughout metro Atlanta. Volunteers are needed to help set-up, decorating, directing vendors and attendees, passing out raffle tickets, lunches, etc.; making smoothies, breaking down, and more!
Soil Festival Prep At Collegetown
Friday, May 3 From 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (SW Atlanta)
Join Truly Living Well in preparation for the 5th Annual Soil Festival! This event features farm fresh food, chef demos, live music, garden workshops, an amazing plant sale, children’s activities, a petting zoo, exhibits, and more! Volunteers are needed from April 30 – May3rd to mulch as needed, weed garden beds, put up signs, and farm arrangement (ie straw bales, tables, etc.)
Hawk Hollow Weekday Volunteering
Wednesday, May 8 From 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (Oakhurst)
The Wylde Center's mission is to cultivate vibrant greenspaces and inspire communities of environmental stewards. Hawk Hollow, their native plant restoration site offers many unique opportunities for digging in the dirt. Although it is hard to predict what will be done each work day, be prepared for hard work and getting a little dirty!
Share A Story With A Child
Friday, May 3 From 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Glenwood Park)
At Pajama Program, we promote a comforting bedtime routine for children affected by instability to help them thrive. At the Atlanta Reading Center, our programming focuses on shared reading between a child and an adult volunteer. The shared reading experience is aimed to give children a sense of comfort and belonging, so that they feel better prepared for a good night’s rest.