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March Cause Area

On any given night in the United States, more than half a million people experience homelessness. This includes single adults, families, children, and teens. At Pebble Tossers, we partner with several nonprofits that work tirelessly to address the challenges of affordable housing while providing food, clothing and needed assistance. Our partnership with these organizations and our volunteer efforts work to reduce the number of people experiencing homelessness in our community.

A few of our partners that work with neighbors experiencing homelessness include Agape Way, Covenant House Georgia, Furnish With Love, Partners for HOME, and Safehouse Outreach

  • Wrapped in Love Pop-Up Closet with Because One Matters

    Time to put on your brightest smile! Join Because One Matters (BOM) for a fun day of serving the community. The Wrapped in Love Closet will be hosting a pop-up shopping day for children in Walton County. Families will have the opportunity to shop for clothing, toys, and more, all free of charge. 

    About Because One Matters: In a world filled with economic instability, global uncertainty, and lack of community, children need us more than ever. Because One Matters is here to offer more than just compassion. We are here to offer hope and real support and encourage both children and families.

    Click Here For More Details and To Register

  • Serving Breakfast with Agape Way Ministries

    Serving breakfast with a side of love — Agape Way Ministries provides a dignified experience for neighbors experiencing homelessness to connect with community members and find a right fit with social services. Volunteers are welcome to bring blankets, hygiene kits, and clothing to donate.

    We ask that all volunteers bring their smiles and a willingness to walk up to people experiencing homelessness and start a conversation. Please take a few minutes to read our Conversations about Homelessness guide and review it with young children who may be participating.

    Click Here For More Details and To Register


  • Hygiene Kits

    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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  • 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. The Period Project not only provides menstrual hygiene products to those in need but also educates communities on the global problem of lack of access to menstrual hygiene.


    Click Here For More Details and To Register


  • Prepare a Meal for Youth at Covenant House

    Covenant House Georgia is more than a shelter. They provide more than a bed and a meal for youth experiencing homelessness and escaping trafficking; they show unconditional love and give comprehensive support so that their youth can and will realize their fullest potential.

    How can you help? Covenant House is in need of volunteers to prepare and share a meal every day of the week. This is a wonderful opportunity for families, corporate groups, church groups, and individuals to impact the lives of homeless youth.

    57% percent of homeless youth spend at least one day a month without food, so even a simple meal can begin the healing process for a young person.

    Pebble Tossers Group Opportunity Coming Soon!

    NOTE: On-campus visits are for volunteers ages 18+ only. Youth volunteers are welcome to participate in meal prep if done at home.


    Atlanta Mission: My Sister’s House
    My Sister’s House is an overnight shelter for women and children experiencing homelessness. They provide a safe and healthy environment in which women and children can recover and grow from past experiences that may have contributed to their present circumstances and work towards healthy relationships with themselves and others, as well as sustainable income and housing.

    Programs include:

    • Food and Shelter
    • Addiction Recovery
    • Counseling + Spiritual Recovery
    • Job Attainment + Educational Services

    Plus, many more on the Atlanta Mission website.


    Lost-N-Found Youth
    Lost-n-Found Youth is an Atlanta-based nonprofit that exists to end homelessness for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) and all sexual minority youth.

    LNFY’s mission is to end homelessness for all LGBTQ youth by providing them with the skills and support needed to live independently. Programs that support LGBTQ youth outreach, mental wellness, and recreation can be found here.

    Service Opportunities with Lost-N-Found Youth Coming Soon!

  • March Kindness Calendar

    Get into the habit of spreading everyday kindness by printing out our calendar and sharing it with your family to choose 1, 2, or all of the days to start a ripple of kindness.


    Download The Kindess Calendar Here