we enjoy seeing a need and filling it. we encourage a lifestyle of serving . this is our story.


our story

See the tremendous impact our amazing youth have made throughout our city.

  • September 2008

    Jen Guynn and Jeni Stephens recognized the lack of service opportunities for youth and the need for a resource to connect kids with age-appropriate volunteer projects. They dreamed about what a solution might look like.

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    October 2010

    Pebble Tossers hosted 4 volunteer projects and launched their own website to match volunteers with nonprofits and age-appropriate projects.

  • November 2013

    Pebble Tossers adopted a section of the Atlanta Beltline near Piedmont Park behind the Park Tavern and implemented a Daffodil, Wildflower and Pollinator garden.

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    February 2014

    Pebble Tossers celebrated our 5th Anniversary with a day of service at the Atlanta Community Food Bank. We assembled over 350 hygiene kits, 50 fleece blankets, countless hand-made cards and more for our nonprofit partners.

  • December 2014

    Pebble Tossers completed 45 projects by year’s end. Awarded “Best Cause in Atlanta” by Best Self Magazine.

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    September 2015

    Pebble Tossers hosted our first annual Ripple Run 5K + Nonprofit Expo. Over 300 people participated in the run and joined group service projects with 25 of our different nonprofit partners. Throughout 2015, Pebble Tossers hosted 65 events.

  • June 2016

    Governor Nathan Deal named Jennifer Guynn Commissioner of the Georgia Commission for Service and Volunteerism. Jennifer coordinated the efforts that helped The City of Dunwoody become recognized as a City of Service. Also in 2016, Pebble Tossers preserved a portion of our adopted BeltLine section for an Urban Wildlife Habitat to incorporate nesting, breeding and feeding stations for birds and small animals. Pebble Tossers hosted 171 projects by year-end.

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    July 2017

    Pebble Tossers assisted the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta to create a Philanthropy Atlanta Guide for Families. Pebble Tossers would go on to complete 278 projects by year-end.

  • August 2018

    Pebble Tossers introduced a membership model with a deeper emphasis in youth character development and leadership. Pebble Tossers also launched an innovative new website and digital volunteer management system.

ready to join pebble tossers?

Annual memberships are $100/family and $35/individual. Join in the fun and serve with amazing people today!


get involved, make a difference!

We love our team and couldn’t make it without you! Here are the best ways to get involved.

  • Learn + Lead

    A wealth of service learning resources, including workshops and toolkits are coming soon.

our nonprofit partners

  • A.W.A.R.E
  • Big Trees Forest Preserve
  • Blue Heron Nature Preserve
  • Books For Africa
  • Catholic Charities Atlanta
  • LiveThrive
  • Chastain Horse Park
  • Childrens’ Wish Foundation
  • Chris 180
  • City of Atlanta
  • City of Dunwoody
  • City of Sandy Springs
  • Community Assistance Center
  • Create Your Dreams
  • Doc’s Healing Hives + Honey
  • Drake House
  • Dunwoody Nature Center
  • Elaine Clark Center
  • Elmcroft Assisted Living
  • InCommunity
  • A.G. Rhodes
  • Foster Care Support Foundation
  • FurKids Animal Shelters
  • Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation
  • Helping Mamas
  • Hospital Art Foundation
  • Sunrise at Huntcliff Summit
  • Kate’s Club
  • Make a Wish – Georgia
  • Malachi’s Storehouse
  • Mary Hall Freedom House
  • MedShare
  • Midwest Food Bank
  • Mount Vernon Towers
  • Norcross Co-op Ministries
  • North Fulton Community Charities
  • Open Hand Atlanta
  • Power My Learning
  • Rise Against Hunger
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Sandy Springs Mission
  • Sheltering Arms
  • Soccer in the Streets
  • Trees Atlanta
  • Veterans Affairs
  • Woodruff Arts Center
  • Zoo Atlanta
  • Park Pride
  • Dorothy Benson Adult Daycare
  • Iron Horse
  • Lost Corner Preserve
  • Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta
  • Gateway Center
  • Hope thru Soap
  • Interfaith Outreach Home
  • Lifeline Animal Project
  • Love Beyond Walls
  • Our House
  • Safehouse Outreach
  • Solomon’s Temple
  • Zaban Paradies Center
  • Agape Way
  • American Legion
  • Assistance League of Atlanta
  • Chattahoochee Nature Center
  • Atlanta Community Food Bank
  • Action Ministries
  • Atlanta BeltLine
  • Atlanta Mission: My Sister’s House
  • Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
  • City of Refuge
  • LifeLine Animal Project