We’re all in this together. Each and every one of us can make a difference by giving back.


serve. lead. succeed.

  • about the teen leadership program

    The Pebble Tossers Teen Leadership Program provides students in rising 7th -12th grades in Metro Atlanta with opportunities to develop leadership skills in fun, out-of-the-box ways. Through life-skill workshops, projects and peer-to-peer collaborations that focus on social and emotional learning, members will gain critical, life-long skills to move them forward to reach their goals.

  • why pebble tossers?

    Pebble Tossers is metro Atlanta’s most comprehensive youth and family volunteer service organization. Our experience with developing programs and working with other leading nonprofits to better the community provides the ideal platform for teens to learn, engage and succeed.

  • the mission of the teen leadership program

    To equip teens with life skills and service-learning opportunities to empower youth to become empathetic leaders in their communities.

  • the vision of the teen leadership program

    A world where teens develop into passionate service-driven leaders in their schools, communities, and workplaces.

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: “What are you doing for others?”

-Martin Luther King Jr.


program details

Program Fee due upon acceptance into the program.
Needs-based scholarships available.

  • Current Member





  • Non-Members




    (includes a Pebble Tossers membership)

schedule of events

  • Applications Due - July 17, 2020 by 5:00 pm
  • Acceptance Notification - July 20, 2020
  • Kick-Off Meeting - August 23, 2020 (virtual, 4-6 pm)

    start your ripple: Introduction of Pebble Tossers and Volunteer 101 certification

  • Mini-Meeting - September 27, 2020 (virtual, 5-5:45 pm)
  • Fall Meeting - October 25, 2020 (virtual, 4-6 pm)

    SERVE: discover your passion areas and how to make an impact

  • Mini-Meeting - November 22, 2020 (virtual, 5-5:45 pm)
  • Holiday Party - December 20, 2020 (hopefully in-person)

    Celebrate new friendships

  • Mini-Meeting - January 24, 2021 (virtual, 5-5:45 pm)
  • Winter Meeting - February 21, 2021 (in-person, 4-6 pm)

    SUCCEED: college readiness, career pathways, global awareness

  • Mini-Meeting - March 28, 2021 (virtual, 5-5:45 pm)

    SUCCEED: positive thinking, problem solving, stress management

  • Spring Meeting - April 25, 2021 (in-person, 4-6 pm)

    SUCCEED: digital citizenship and applying soft/hard skills to real world, translating talents/interests into career path

  • Service project - dates TBD by teens

Teen Leadership Program
2020-2021 Members

Cameron Black – Sophomore – Dunwoody High School
Zoe Charles – Freshman – Sprayberry Highschool
Sofia Charles – 8th Grade – Simpson Middle School
Jack Covington – Junior – Roswell High School
Avery DeMoss – Sophomore – Walton High School
Nupur Desai – Sophomore – Walton High School
Alex Farquharson – 8th Grade – Cliff Valley School
Natalie Ficco – Junior – St. Pius X Catholic High School
Grace Ann Gearhart – Freshman – Roswell High School
Grayson Giguere – Freshman – Westminster
Anagha Gowda – 8th Grade – Autrey Mill Middle School
Katie Graebner – Junior – St. Pius X Catholic High School
Shreya Gupta – 8th Grade – Cornerstone Christian Academy
Jasmin Harris – Junior – Charles R Drew Highschool
Jane Holliday – Junior – Mount Vernon School
James Jones – Senior – The Lovett School
Adam Jordan II – Junior – Druid Hills High School
Cannon Kleinknecht – Sophomore – The Lovett School
Evie Louis – 8th Grade – Holy Redeemer
Rustin Makhmalbaf – Junior – Johns Creek High School
Grace Manning – 7th Grade – Autrey Mill Middle School
Ainsley McCaa – Senior – Henry W. Grady High School
Rachel McDonald – Sophomore – Alpharetta High School
Edgewood Nielsen – Freshman – Midtown International School
Caitlin Noble – Junior – St. Pius X Catholic High School
Davis O’Kelley – Senior – The Galloway School
Jazmin Perkins – Junior – Baylor School
Gracie Rosenberg – Junior – St. Pius X Catholic High School
Angelina Sheeran – 8th Grade – St. Francis
Annamarie ValeCruz – Sophomore – Marist High School
Ella Whiteman – 8th Grade – Notre Dame Academy


We are looking for advisors ages 22+ to serve as mentors/positive role models for the program. Interesting in helping teens? Learn more


Need more information? Contact Ben Deignan at ben@pebbletossers.org


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