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Current Service Opportunities

  • Fold towels and light work with animals
  • Fill water and food bowls for animals
  • Make Plastic Bin feral cat containers (contact Planned Pethood for instructions)
  • Collect snack items
  • Stuff envelopes for the Breast Cancer Coalition Fund
  • Stock shelves of a food pantry

Below are a few Nonprofit Organizations that would love Scouts to come and lend a hand in service.

You can contact any of the Organizations below and print out the volunteer sheet (here). All volunteer hours can be used by scouts for their required Service rank requirements unless they are working on their Eagle Scout rank.



Scout volunteers are always welcome at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve. Volunteers are needed for special events, like Wild Weekend or Spooky Mill, or for ongoing projects, like trail maintenance and our Butterfly Garden. You will have opportunities to interact with interesting people, explore our amazing facilities and see our collections of Indian artifacts, reptile collection, and historic memorabilia, enjoy the incredible beauty of the forest, wetlands, creek and landscape of our grounds and so much more. If you are interested in volunteering with us please email autreymill@bellsouth.net at least 2 weeks prior to the requested volunteer time. We ask that volunteers be at least 13 years old or be accompanied by an adult. Volunteers should be prepared to work outside.
Autrey Mill Volunteer Guide
Autrey Mill Volunteer Release Form



Mission
Provide a solution to the warehousing and euthanasia of homeless pets by offering affordable, accessible spay/neuter services to individuals and animal welfare organizations.
Promote awareness of pet overpopulation and the beneficial effects of spay/neuter to underserved communities; specifically low-income, non-English speaking, and those with feral cat populations.

Present a sustainable, expandable model for low-cost spay/neuter, maintaining and improving this model until there are no communities in Georgia without local access to education and services.

Produce a significant impact on the number of dogs and cats born, sheltered, and killed in Georgia.

http://www.plannedpethood.org/



STAR House Foundation is a non-profit organization in Roswell, Georgia that makes a difference in kids’ lives by providing an after school tutoring and mentoring program for at-risk children. We currently serve over 250 children through four Roswell school programs and often have a waiting list. Our summer camp bridges the gap for 120 students at the elementary level, focusing on academic retention so students do not lose necessary skills over summer break.

Contact your Advancement Chair for volunteering opportunities.


http://www.gabcc.org/

Our Mission
To educate local, state and national legislators and the public about all aspects of this devastating disease: the importance of early detection, lifestyle changes, treatment and research;

To advocate at the state and national levels for increased breast cancer research funding, health care reform and breast cancer legislation that will be of benefit to all; and

To serve as Georgia’s VOICE to END Breast Cancer!

Contact Us
Phone: (404) 633-6499
E-mail: contact@gabcc.org
Mailing Address:
8014 Cumming Highway
Suite 403-318
Canton, GA 30115




Contact Us:
Johns Creek Location at Nesbit Ferry and Old Alabama: 770-807-0651

Our mission is to financially contribute to the work that God is doing in the community through the non-profit ministry/charity of Murphy Harpst Children's Home. They have a marvelous 2 year program that helps severely abused children find safety, hope and healing! We accept donations of household items and sell them to raise funding for this 501(c)3 non-profit charity.




Our volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization

Volunteers are essential to North Fulton Community Charities. Our small staff depends on volunteers to carry out our mission of providing emergency assistance to residents of North Fulton.

We welcome men, women and teens ages 13 years and older who are interested in volunteering on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. We also have short term volunteer opportunities available during our special programs and group opportunities are available throughout the year. Teens age 13-15 years must be accompanied by an adult.
All volunteers are required to sign a Volunteer Agreement and Waiver. Volunteers under the age of 18 will need the agreement signed by a parent or guardian. Download the agreement today and bring it with you to save time.

Download Volunteer Agreement

Come visit us for a tour of our facility and to find out ways you can get involved at NFCC. To schedule a visit or to volunteer in the Food Pantry or Thrift Shop, contact Kevin Tracy at ktracy@nfcchelp.org or call 678.387.4464.


 

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