Hot Projects: Week of January 21

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Open Hand Meal Packing

Daily Tuesday January 22 - Friday January 25 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Atlanta: Lindbergh)

Our mission at C3 Ministries is to provide resources of four various ministries in order that families can become whole, independent and ultimately able to return to serve others. Serving over 250 families every Thursday and over 471,508 pounds of food this year, we are greatly impacting our communities and with your help, we can continue to be more successful in making an impact in our community. Give back to your community while having fun and meeting new friends, while re-stocking food shelves, loading boxes with food items and assisting in expediting boxes to attendees vehicles.

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TeamWorks! Kick Off

Saturday January 26 from 9:45 AM - 12:00 AM (Atlanta: Westside)

Hands On Atlanta TeamWorks! is a program that betters metro-Atlanta through meaningful service projects. It’s a program that affords you the opportunities to make a difference in the lives of others and our communities, and to develop friendships with your fellow volunteers along the way. It’s an opportunity to challenge yourself and get involved! Kick-off is the first meeting of every round. It is an orientation - a chance for volunteers to meet, form teams, and learn about the projects planned for that round. It is not a service project. For five to six Saturdays after the kick-off, teams compete to have the highest turnout at service projects that impact a variety of causes and communities throughout Greater Atlanta.

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Centers of Hope Classroom Support Volunteer

One day per week Monday-Friday 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM from January through May (West Atlanta)

After-School Program volunteers engage Kindergarten students in STEM, literacy and service learning enrichment activities in City of Atlanta’s Centers of Hope. Volunteers also serve as positive and encouraging role models for students and create an environment that supports social-emotional development. Major responsibilities include working with Instructors to facilitate activities and nsuring a positive, safe and controlled environment.


Point In Time Homeless Count: Clayton County

Monday January 28th with Shifts From 4:00 AM - 10:00 AM (Riverdale, GA)

Hearts to Nourish Hope will be coordinating the Clayton County 2019 Point in Time (PIT) Homeless Count on the morning of January 28, 2019. We are currently asking for volunteers to help conduct this count. The surveys conducted by volunteers will provide demographic information on each unsheltered, homeless individual, give insight to their homeless history, and assess individual needs that will enable the Continuum to effectively plan housing and service interventions to prevent and end homelessness in Clayton County.


Pajama Folding Party

Wednesday January 30 From 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Atlanta: Glenwood Park)

Help fold pajamas that we give to the children that visit the Pajama Program Reading Center/Atlanta. Pajama Program knows that a loving good night leads to better days for all children, no matter how dire their circumstances. For thousands of children, often abandoned, abused and neglected, and living in group homes, shelters and temporary housing – the treasured bedtime ritual of changing into clean pajamas, reading a story and being tucked in with love is miles from their reality.