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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.

Volunteers beautify and protect our section, 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.

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.

Open Project: Not a member of Pebble Tossers, volunteer with us at the BeltLine to see what Pebble Tossers is all about.

Click here to register for our June project.
Click here to register for our July project.

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: Lisa Gill

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Chalk Art for Father's Day: Atlanta

We are celebrating Arts + Culture and Father's Day with our partners at AG Rhodes Atlanta location. A.G. Rhodes was one of the first nursing organizations to be licensed in Georgia and is currently one of a few nonprofit nursing organizations in the state. At A.G. Rhodes, they facilitate a strong sense of community among the elders, their families, employee care partners and volunteers. They promote overall wellness through innovative programming.

Volunteers will create Happy Father's Day messages, and other encouraging messages and drawings using sidewalk paint and chalk to lift the spirits of their elders.

Due to COVID19, volunteers are not allowed in the building so we are offering new ways to volunteer safely with the elders.

All supplies will be provided.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Cheer Squad

The Spruill Center for the Arts hosts art camps throughout the summer. Kids are sometimes nervous on the first day of a new camp. So a Cheer Squad is needed on the first day of camp each week to create a welcoming experience for the campers.

What is a Cheer Squad?:

Volunteers participate on the first day of camp each week (usually Monday mornings 8:30 am - 9:30 am) to be the "cheer squad" to welcome campers as they come to carpool in a festive manner. Volunteers can make signs from home to help welcome the campers. They''ll play some music, have a bubble machine going, and etc to help with the cheering.

Volunteers need to be 10 and older and an adult must remain onsite with volunteers under high school age.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Junior Counselors for Art Camps

The Spruill Center for the Arts fosters creativity and social connections through the arts. They offer a variety of classes and summer camps. Volunteers Must Apply with the Spruill Arts Center to be accepted as a Junior Counselor.

Volunteer Needs: The Spruill Center for the Arts is in need of volunteers (aged 13+) for their Summer Camp program to assist instructors and to enhance the experience for their campers (ages 5-10).

This will be a full week of volunteer hours where volunteers will work with one age group of campers and a teacher for the week.

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION DETAILS: Volunteers must complete the Spruill Center for the Arts Volunteer Application to actually participate as a junior volunteer counselor. We have listed the 1st date of each camp on our calendar to make it easy for Pebble Tossers members to record service hours.

Click here for COVID Waiver.

Hours & Camp Dates:
9:00 am 4:00 pm Monday - Friday (some weeks are 4 days because of a holiday)

Weeks begin for the week of June 2 - Aug. 2.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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