Hot Projects: Week of March 4

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Join Us For A Workday At The Peace Garden!

Saturday, March 9 From 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Belvedere Park)

The Belvedere Peace Community, home to the Healthy Harvest Youth, have been growing food and community since 2009! Belvedere has about 50 plots that are rented by community members and used to grow food to distribute to the community. Volunteers are needed to mulch paths, add compost, plant veggie and seeds, and other gardening tasks.  


Furniture Bank Sorting & Kit Building

Saturday, March 9 From 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Adair Park- Atlanta)

The Furniture Bank, a 501(c)3, was founded in 1988 in response to the lack of furniture for families moving out of homeless shelters. Today, the Furniture Bank recycles gently-used furniture by collecting it from the community and giving it to individuals and families moving out of homelessness and fleeing domestic violence, as well as countless others struggling to make ends meet. Volunteers will help sort through our donations and make kitchen and bedding kits for our families. Kitchen kits provide our families with the essentials to prepare and eat a meal. Bedding kits are sheet sets that will accompany the mattresses our families receive.


Discovery Delivery Driver

Fridays Through APR. 26: 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM (Various Locations) 

Discovery occurs in Title I, public schools, with volunteers serving nearly 800 students two Saturdays per month throughout the school year. The average Discovery school is receiving 88% free and reduced lunch. Discovery also combats student hunger by providing breakfast snacks and lunch through the Georgia Food Bank Association’s Child and Adult Care Food Program. We’re looking for a Discovery Support volunteer to bring Discovery supply bins to schools prior to the sessions.


The Women’s Community Kitchen & BINGO

Friday, March 15, 2019 From 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM (MIDTOWN)

The Women’s Community Kitchen serves women and children, with an end-goal of creating a community of empowered women while combating food insecurity in the city of Atlanta. Volunteers will serve women meal of the day, monitor bingo, and hand out prizes.


Grace Community Food Pantry 

Thursday, March 28 From 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM (NW ATLANTA)

Grace Community Food Pantry’s mission is to involve, educate, and unite people in the work of ending hunger in the Atlanta area. Volunteers are needed with organizing shipments.Volunteers will organize and unpack the food items and monitor quality before supplying the appropriate shelves with designated items. Volunteers will also break down boxes and take cardboard to the trash. Pantry volunteers for this opportunity will sort food items and stock the shelves of the Food Pantry.