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Boo at the Zoo

Pebble Tossers is once again participating in Boo at the Zoo. This is one of Zoo Atlanta's most fun events of the year.

Volunteers may greet visitors, hand out treats, assist with crafts and carnival games, guide the costume characters around the Zoo, or otherwise help provide a spooktacular experience for guests of all ages.

Attire: Merry not scary - costumes are optional but encouraged! If you do not wear a costume, please wear Halloween-themed clothing in orange and black. All costumes must be family-friendly. Depending on the weather, dress in layers.

Requirements: Volunteers must be at least 12 years old to assist with the event. All Volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. One adult chaperone is required for every three youth under the age of 18.

Please note that all volunteers will gather in the Education building for orientation prior to heading out to their assignments. Orientation is built into the times available.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Helping Mamas Diaper Drive

Pebble Tossers is hosting a diaper collection drive and has committed to collecting and donating 4,000 diapers to Helping Mamas. Helping Mamas is the diaper supply bank of Georgia, and there are more than 300,000 children living in poverty, and they need your help! For every 10 diapers you donate, you will be awarded 10 minutes of service; 60 diapers will equal 1 hour of service, etc.

Different ways you can donate:

Diaper Drive Dates And Information


  • Pebble Tossers Diaper Drive will run from September 2nd, 2022 - October 2, 2022

  • Diapers size NB to 6

  • Pull-Ups 2T-5T


1. Donate Online to Helping Mamas
Purchase diapers by Clicking Here. This Link will have items sent directly to the Helping Mamas Warehouse

2. Donate Directly To Helping Mamas:
Where to drop off your donations: Drop your donations off at Helping Mamas Warehouse or one of their drop-off locations.

Click here for ALL of Helping Mamas donation locations with dates and times they are available to accept donations.

3. Donate any at Pebble Tossers Drop Off Days or Service Projects
How to Register & Deliver:

Not Yet a Member but want to sign-up for this opportunity: Click Here

Once a week, throughout the Month of September, Pebble Tossers will collect the diapers at our office space at Roam Dunwoody, 1155 Mt. Vernon Hwy, NE, Ste 800 | Dunwoody, GA 30338. We will also collect at our Beltline Beautification and Big Trees service projects. If we don't have a date or time that is convenient for you, email chynna@pebbletossers.org to set up another time.

September 7th from 10:30am - 1:30pm
September 13th from 12pm - 2:30pm
September 21st from 12pm - 2:30pm
September 29th from 12pm-4pm

Requirements: Volunteers must record this project in their logbook, including the number of diapers provided and a photo of the diapers with the number showing so we are able to verify hours and number of diapers donated.

Thank you for supporting Pebble Tossers and Helping Mamas.


Contact Person: Chynna Edwards

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Pitch in at the Recycling Center

Keep North Fulton Beautiful is an environmental non-profit that provides education and conservation programs to the communities of Johns Creek and Sandy Springs. Volunteers are needed to support their mission in a variety of ways.

Recycling Center Volunteers: Guide customers to the correct bin for their recyclables, assist in collecting items, sort incoming recyclables, and bale cardboard and plastics so that our materials are ready to be recycled into new products. Volunteers will be outdoors for the duration of this opportunity and working in close proximity to heavy items, motor vehicles, and machinery.

COVID-19 Precautions: All volunteers will be outdoors, wearing masks if they are not fully vaccinated, and adhering to social distancing guidelines. Hand sanitizer will also be available. By volunteering for this opportunity, you agree to abide by these rules during this service opportunity.

Age Restrictions: We suggest volunteers be 10 and older. Volunteers 17 and younger must have a guardian co-sign a liability waiver. Volunteers 16 and under must also have a chaperone 21+ years old present with them during their service (one chaperone for every three 16 year-olds and younger present).

How to Register: All volunteers need to register on the KNFB SignUpGenius by clicking here. In the Comments Section, add Pebble Tossers Volunteer. Not all of the shifts available are on the Pebble Tossers Service Calendar. Volunteers can register for any day available on the PT Service Calendar to allow them to track and record service hours.


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

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Serving Breakfast with Agape Way

Sunday Breakfast with Agape Way is back!

Volunteers serve breakfast to community members in need and experiencing homelessness. Volunteers may also give out seasonal items, hygiene kits and clothing.

Requirements: Volunteers need to bring one case of water to be given out at breakfast. (One case per family if mulitple family members are volunteering). The minimum age to volunteer is 6 and you must be 16 to be without an adult.

The event takes place in the parking lot of Bankhead Wingz so volunteers should dress accordingly. There are no special COVID requirements, but we do encourage volunteers to wear a mask. Community members may not be vaccinated.

Agape Way Ministry is a Christian organization that also shares the gospel with those they serve. Their mission is to love and share fellowship with people who come from the surrounding community.


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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Write Encouraging Notes

Join the Atlanta Mission in ending homelessness one friend at a time. Volunteer-In-Place through an impactful, fun family opportunity to write and create encouraging notes for the clients served at the Atlanta Mission.

What Volunteers Will Do:

Write 10 encouraging notes for the clients at the Atlanta Mission. Notes can be written in greetings cards or handmade be creative and have fun! You create your Notes from home anytime prior to the date you registered for. Your notes must be delivered by the date you signed up for.

Details on how and where to deliver will be included in your confirmation email.

IMPORTANT NOTE(S)
-This opportunity is not available for the completion of court-ordered community service.

-This opportunity is currently a hands-free delivery opportunity as we continue to safely navigate Covid-19 limitations.


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

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