Volunteer opportunities around Atlanta

Student Mentors
Spark a passion! Impart your life-long learning and experience to mentor college students in your field. As a mentor, you decide the length of the mentorship and have the flexibility of meeting online or in-person.
Enhance your coaching, communication, and leadership skills. Experience both personal and professional growth. Foster the next generation by serving as a role model .What are you waiting for? Become a Mentor!

Host a High School Foreign Exchange Student
International Experience - USA is currently searching for loving people willing to open their hearts and homes to high school foreign exchange students who will be arriving in August for the upcoming school year. Host families need to provide the student with room and board. The students need to have their own bed, but they can share a bedroom with a sibling of the same gender. Host families must provide the student with all in-home meals, but the students have their own insurance and spending money for all other expenses

2012 Tour de Cure
American Diabetes Association
Atlanta Tour de Cure will take place at Boundary Waters Park in Douglasville, GA on Sunday, May 20, 2012. Tour de Cure is a cycling ride to benefit diabetes research, advocacy and community programs. We are currently in our 17th year of hosting this ride in Atlanta. We are the second largest cycling event in Georgia and have grown exponentially over the past three years. In terms of volunteers we need help in the following areas:
  • Route Signage
  • Event Setup/ Breakdown
  • Registration
  • Volunteer Check-in
  • Support and Gear Vehicle Driver or Assistance
  • HAM Radio Operator
  • Parking
  • Route Marshall
  • Start/Finish Cheer Teams
  • Active Kids Area
  • Food Tent
We are very interested in engaging our volunteers in the event as true participants in our community of over 2,000 riders and volunteers, corporate sponsors and teams and a host of families who support our cause that affects over 1 million Georgians.

Walk of Hope Atlanta
RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association
Want to be part of an event that celebrates families? Want to be part of a powerful day of hope and healing?
Then volunteering for the Walk of Hope is the right event for you! Volunteering for the Walk of Hope is a great way to support the 7.3 million Americans diagnosed with infertility and have some fun! Each year we rely on the generosity of dozens of volunteers to help serve the participants in the Walk of Hope and to make this event successful.

Windy Hill Garden Plant Day
Community Gardens of Henry County,Inc.
Our Windy Hill gardeners need your help to plant their Spring gardens! The members here at this beautiful garden grow vegetables for themselves and their families, but gardening can be hard work, and outside help is both needed and appreciated. You don't need special skills to help, just two hands and a willing heart! We will be right there to show you what to do! This is an excellent opportunity to lend a hand in the community, learn gardening, and meet others. Volunteers will, as always, need their work gloves and we will serve the drinks.

Love Gardening? Build safety garden for Seniors with Alzheimer's! 
AiJalon, Inc
Therapeutic Healing Garden Well Under Way!
Volunteers needed to draw design for garden, take down diseased trees, plant new trees, build seating, retainer wall, outdoor Checker / Chess table, gazebo and raised garden beds, also plant flowers and bushes, build walking path, and write grants.

Mentors Needed for At-Risk Middle/High School Youth
Tips 4 Teens, Inc.
Are you genuinely interested in helping the youth of your community?
Tips 4 Teens is currently recruiting mentors to mentor at-risk middle school youth residing in the Clayton County community. Mentors will provide services to youth 6pm-8pm Tuesdays & Thursdays. Our goal is to increase pro-social skills, increase school performance, truancy reduce school dropout and further reduce court referrals.


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