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BeltLine Beautification Project

On the third Saturday of each month, we host our BeltLine Beautification Project at our adopted section of the BeltLine.

What we will be doing: Volunteers will beautify and protect our section of the Atlanta BeltLine, which may include: painting kindness rocks, spreading mulch, plantings, removing invasive plants, picking up trash and debris, cleaning signs and fixtures, and taking note of any damage or vandalism. This project is perfect for any age, for families, and for groups.

Open Project: Not yet a Pebble Tossers member and would like to participate in this event? Then pick a date below and click the link to register. (Pebble Tossers members register for this project by logging in to their Pebble Tossers dashboard, Do Not use the links below).

July 16: Click here to register

August 20: Click here to register

COVID UPDATE: We are following COVID guidelines to keep group interactions safe. Per CDC guidelines, Pebble Tossers will not require masks for vaccinated volunteers during outdoor projects. We follow safety protocols to ensure a healthy and enjoyable experience for all volunteers. As always, we will provide hand wipes and hand sanitizer for our volunteers. We normally provide work gloves but are now requiring volunteers to bring their own work gloves. When working with non-family members please work at a safe distance. If you have not been vaccinated please wear a mask.

About the Atlanta BeltLine


The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable redevelopment project and one of the largest urban redevelopment programs in the United States. The 22-mile loop of multi-use trails has around two million visitors a year. The Atlanta BeltLine relies on numerous partners and volunteers each year to develop new trails and maintain the existing green space.


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

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Food Box Build Out

Help HOPE Atlanta feed families across Georgia! Their hunger program supplies over 40,000 food boxes to help thousands of families put food on the table each year, provides 2500 kids in Georgia with meal packs that help end hunger over the weekend and deliver meals during the summer!

Requirements: Volunteers must be 16+ to be without an adult and 8 and older with an adult. Volunteers are required to wear cloth masks or secure bandanas. Please bring your personal mask on the day of your service!

About the Event: Help pack food boxes that will be provided to families in need.


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

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Sorting and Packing Books

Books for Africa: A simple name for an organization with a simple mission: to end the book famine in Africa. Books for Africa collects, sorts, ships, and distributes books to African students of all ages. With your help, they will help create a culture of literacy and provide the tools of empowerment to the next generation of parents, teachers, and leaders in Africa.

Volunteers are needed to sort and pack books according to category and age level. No heavy lifting is involved. Volunteers must be at least 12 and with an adult or 14 to be without an adult.

If you are interested in volunteering on a date or time other than what appears on our calendar or you have more volunteers in your group than open spots available, please email lisa@pebbletossers.org (shifts are from 9 am - 11 am and 1 - 3 pm.)


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

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Warehouse Warriors

Helping Mamas is a nonprofit that connects helping mamas to mamas needing help. They are the baby supply bank for Georgia and provide other essential baby items for moms.

Volunteer Tasks: Tasks are dependent on warehouse needs.
-Organize, arrange, and move bins around the warehouse
- Diaper Wrapping
- Inventory, sort, and process donations
- Filling partner orders

Younger warehouse warriors will participate in creating arts and cards for the families we serve. They are also able to assist with sorting hats/socks, repackaging open/loose diapers, organizing books and toys!

Age requirements: Any volunteer under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. They are allowing minors 5 years old and up to volunteer with at this time.


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

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