COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

General Community Service Connections

United Way of Greater Atlanta-Youth United

  • C5 Leaders in grades 9-12 who are looking for volunteer opportunities, join the Youth United Group
  • Youth United is a great source for high school student-centered volunteer opportunities. Led by a student board, YU offers unique and impactful service projects that improve the lives of children and families throughout Greater Atlanta.

VolunteerMatch

  • Go to volunteermatch.org
  • Enter your city or zip code and click the orange Find Opportunities button
  • Use the grey filter area to create narrow down your choices to ones that fit your interests the best
    • Opportunity Type
    • Cause Area
    • Skills
    • More Filters - Very important to use this one to select the Kids and Teens Filters 
  • Select and Complete a volunteer activity

How to Enter Service Hours in Mobileserve

Details Coming Soon!

Specific Atlanta Area Opportunities

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Mentor Me North Georgia

  • After-School Volunteers needed to work one-on-one with elementary students in the Forsyth County school system to improve reading, writing, and math skills.
  • CLICK HERE for program and sign-up details
  • Go to www.mentorga.org for more information

At-Home Community Service Projects

Reach Out the Old School Way

There’s something about a handwritten note that just feels more meaningful than a text or email. It’s personal and something that you can hang on to forever! Share appreciation for someone or send kind thoughts the old school way. Get out your pen and paper and start writing. Be a world changing wordsmith.

  • Hand write a letter/note to a healthcare worker expressing thanks and support for their efforts right now
    • 2 Hours of service per note; Up to 5 notes only
    • Please take a photo of your note and send to jackiec@c5georgia.org or text to 678-481-8484

 

Support a Cause

Create change in something you are passionate about.  Whether it’s a cause that has worldwide implications or something right in your own backyard, your voice matters.  Speak up today!

  • Write an email to your community's City Council or Mayor on a topic you are passionate about
    • Include a solution alongside the problem
    • 5 Hours of service for sending it to the government authority. Be sure to copy the submission to info@c5georgia.org
  • Donate clothes or food
    • local shelter or Salvation Army/GoodWill
    • 2 Hours per Bag; Up to 4 Bags
    • Please send photo of bags to earn hours to info@c5georgia.org

 

Create Your Own Plan

We all have things we care about and want to be of service to.  Design your own community service project and make a difference in something you really care about.

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