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Forest and Trail Maintenance

The Big Trees Forest Preserve is a beautiful, unique 30-acre Fulton County Tree, Plant and Wildlife Sanctuary. Pebble Tossers partners with the Big Trees Forest Preserve to provide volunteers on the second Saturday of each month to help preserve the forest.

What Volunteers Will Be Doing: the tasks vary each month: removing and rebuilding the split-rail fence, spreading mulch, planting and maintaining the trails. This is a great family service project and is open to all ages.

This is an Open Project: if you are not a Pebble Tossers member and would like to participate
March: click here to register
April: click here to register

- Pebble Tossers staff will wear masks
- We will be working at a safe distance
- All tools will be cleaned prior to use
- Volunteers will provide their own work gloves and masks
- Volunteers should bring their own water bottles

Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Friday Fun Day with My Sister's House

Atlanta Mission Women's and Children's services are provided at My Sister's House, a 264 bed facility that offers overnight and residential care for women and women with children experiencing homelessness. Prior to COVID-19, Pebble Tossers hosted a Fun Activities Night on the first Friday of the month. Volunteers helped with organizing games, activities, arts & crafts, movie nights, mini-spas for the moms, serve snacks and etc.

Friday Fun Day: Because we miss our on-site events at My Sister's House, we have partnered with PLAID to host a Friday Fun Day via Zoom. Volunteers will participate along with the kids at My Sisters' house in a fun craft project. More details on the activity will be available soon.

PLAID is one of the world's largest, most diverse manufacturers of creative do-it-yourself products. They support a wide variety of non-profit charities, schools, women's groups, shelters and veterans groups.

Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Grocery Delivery Driver

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, hunger is increasing in our community. Hunger impacts people in all walks of life, and the risks of COVID-19 has made it more difficult for some to physically get to the pantry safely. Therefore, Intown Ministries needs more volunteers to deliver food.

How to Register: Volunteers must click here to register directly with InTown Ministries. Registering on the Pebble Tossers sight allows you to easily record your hours, it doesn't confirm your registration. If the day you select isn't on the Pebble Tossers sight - choose any day in order to log your hours. More details about the event are given on the Intown website.

Upon arrival at the pantry, Intown Ministries will give you the exact addresses of where to deliver the groceries. Each shift lasts 1 - 2 hours.

Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Prepare a Meal for Youth Shelter

Covenant House Georgia is more than a shelter. They provide more than a bed and a meal for youth experiencing homelessness and escaping trafficking; they show unconditional love and give comprehensive support so that their youth can and will realize their fullest potential.

Covenant House is in need of volunteers to prepare and share a meal every night of the week. This is a wonderful opportunity for families, corporate groups, church groups and individuals to impact the lives of homeless youth. Fifty-seven percent of homeless youth spend at least one day a month without food, so even a simple meal can begin the healing process for a young person.

How to Volunteer:
Volunteers must register directly with Covenant House by clicking here to select your date. The dates listed on our calendar may no longer be available, so select any other date that is convenient for you. When you register you are volunteering to provide the entire meal unless you team up with someone on your own.

Important Details
Dinner is served from 6 pm-7 pm, every night of the week in the crisis shelter. Drop off should be prior to 5:30 pm. Lunch is served from 12 pm-1 pm, Saturday and Sunday in the crisis shelter. Food should be provided for 65 youth. As a part of the COVID- 19 Precautions, they ask that the meal is prepared at home or ordered from a restaurant. Volunteers are welcome to deliver the meal but will not be able to stay and serve. We ask that all volunteers be age 21 or older to deliver the meals.

We encourage healthy eating here at the shelter. We ask that you please bring a main entrée dish, along with a grain/starch option and one to two vegetable side options. Fruit is popular and dessert is optional. Keep it simple! For any entrées, we ask that you provide an alternative vegetarian entrée so that all of our youth can enjoy the meal. Please provide in containers that you will not need back.

NOTE: If you need to cancel, please provide as much lead time as possible. The youth are counting on you to provide a meal and they need ample time to provide an alternative option.

Contact Person:

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