By giving to those in need, we learn more about their lives and environment and in turn have a stronger impact on our community. Pebble Tossers knows the importance of giving and teaching youth to be charitable from an early age.

Here are some resources to start a ripple of giving:

  • Intown Collaborative Ministries

    Intown Collaborative Ministries works to prevent and reverse homelessness and hunger in Intown Atlanta by building a healthy community through caring relationships and transforming lives. Right now, they are having to distribute four times more food than normal and need more. Specifically, items like peanut butter, canned fruit and vegetables, powdered milk, and canned chicken. For a full list of food items visit Intown Collaborative Ministries.

    Got packages of takeout silverware? Drop it off during pantry hours. Each pop-top grocery bag and each snack pack gets silverware.

    Donations may be delivered directly to the Food Pantry at McIver Hall behind Druid Hills Presbyterian Church (1026 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30306, entrance on St. Charles Ave). Donations are accepted Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9 am – 12 pm. If you would like to schedule another time to drop off a donation larger than 50 lbs, email Laura DeGroot

  • Birthday Box

    Every child deserves to feel special, be celebrated and have a memorable party. 

    Box of Balloons is a nonprofit that provides kids in need with a custom-made Birthday Box containing all of the necessary birthday party supplies and a gift along with the hope these families need during difficult times. Click here to sign up to volunteer directly with the Roswell Chapter. You will receive notifications when there is a birthday party request to fulfill. It is then up to you to decide if you are able and willing to provide any of the items for the Birthday Box. Volunteers also have the option of building a Birthday Box themselves.

  • Atlanta Ronald McDonald House (ARMH)

    During COVID-19, ARMH volunteers and in-house meal preparation programs have been suspended until further notice to protect the medically fragile children staying at the homes. Volunteers are needed to provide prepared individual boxed dinners from a caterer, grocery store, or a restaurant in individual boxes for their families. To cater a meal, email Dee Dee Ebert at to schedule a date and time and click here for additional information.

    Donations for the Food Pantry are also needed. The best way to help is to order from their Amazon wish list: On Amazon Smile, select @ARMHC at, or use your grocery’s Instacart service.

  • Meals for the Atlanta Mission

    Due to COVID-19, volunteer opportunities on their campuses are limited and subject to change as the recommendations from the CDC and the state change. There are ways for volunteers to give back to the programs offered by the Atlanta Mission.

    Click here for details and to register with the Atlanta Mission

    • Sponsor a meal by purchasing items needed to prepare the meal and deliver the items – the meal will be prepared by the Atlanta Mission
    • Sponsor a meal by purchasing
    • Cater a meal by purchasing and delivering a meal from a restaurant
    • Sponsor a meal by check

  • Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia

    Please view this video by the Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia describing current donation needs for the Southeast Gwinnett Coop. You can also visit their website for more details.

  • Red Cross - Severe Shortages

    Right now, eligible and healthy donors are strongly urged to make an appointment to provide lifesaving blood products to patients. Please give now. Visit to find a blood drive near you.