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March Cause Area
Homelessness

On any given night in the United States, more than half a million people experience homelessness. This includes single adults, families, children and youth. At Pebble Tossers, we partner with several nonprofits in Metro Atlanta that work tirelessly to address the challenges of finding suitable housing while providing food, clothing and needed assistance. By aiding these organization, our members support their mission to reduce the numbers of people experiencing homelessness in our community.

  • Create Period Packs

    Menstrual hygiene products are necessities for females but are not available in many schools, shelters, and emerging communities to women and girls in need. Period Project Atlanta not only provides menstrual hygiene products to those in need they also educate communities on the global problem of lack of access to menstrual hygiene.

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  • Serving Breakfast with Agape Way

    This Pebble Tossers favorite is back on Sunday Mornings. Volunteers serve breakfast to community members in need and experiencing homelessness. The minimum age to volunteer is 6 and you must be 16 to be without an adult.

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  • Write Encouraging Notes

    Volunteer virtually through an impactful, fun family opportunity to write and create encouraging notes for the clients served at the Atlanta Mission. Volunteers will write 10 encouraging notes for the clients at the Atlanta Mission. Notes can be written in greetings cards or be handmade. Be creative and have fun!

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  • Hygiene Kits for Homelessness

    SafeHouse Outreach SafeHouse Outreach (SHO) is a nonprofit organization that aims to transition people from homelessness to a point of stability and independent living.. Volunteers can still serve those experiencing homelessness during COVID by making hygiene kits for the guests of SHO and then dropping them off at SHO. You can do this project any day in March, not just for the date you register for.

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  • Snack Bags or HOPE Bags

    For Georgia families in need, the things many of us take for granted can make a big difference. HOPE Atlanta is always accepting food and supply donations to help their outreach teams, families transitioning from homelessness, and those who are food-insecure. Volunteers can help by creating HOPE Bags or Snack Bags individually or rally friends and family for a larger impact! This project is perfect for all ages and can be done any day this month.

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  • Warehouse Warriors

    Helping Mamas is the Baby Supply Bank of Georgia. Their mission is to connect helping mamas to mamas needing help. Warehouse Warriors 5 yrs and older can help organize, arrange, and move bins around the warehouse, wrap diapers, make cards, sort, and other tasks.

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