Service is the cornerstone of the Pebble Tossers mission. Through service, we empower and equip the youth of today to be the leaders of tomorrow. The serve resources outlined here provide a variety of opportunities for Pebble Tossers to develop their compassion, curiosity, creativity and connections that will move them forward to leadership and success.
Meal Brigade For Ronald McDonald House
At this time, due to the medically fragile nature of the families the RMH serves and the health concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, all on-site volunteer opportunities have been suspended. However volunteers can still support these families. Volunteers are needed to provide a meal that is individually boxed and commercially prepared from a caterer, grocery store deli, or delivered from a restaurant establishment, please click here sign up directly with a RMH and to secure an open date. Someone from the Ronald McDonald House will follow up with more information after you register – including the number of meals needed, meal options, and drop off details.
Provide a Meal for Covenant House Georgia
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. Covenant House is in need of volunteers to prepare and share meals throughout the week. This is a wonderful opportunity for families, groups, and individuals to impact the lives of youth experiencing homelessness. Visit Pebble Tossers Service Calendar for more details on how to participate.
Thoughtful Notes for InCommunity
InCommunity provides care and support to those with developmental and intellectual disabilities (IDD). InCommunity is a consistent part of their lives where they see their friends, interact with the community & arts, and practice daily living skills. Due to COVID regulations, all of this has changed. The InCommunity clients and the staff that care for them on the frontlines would love to hear some encouragement from their community!
- Help spread the love. Send a thoughtful note to those who are still working hard to support individuals in their homes and to those who are being cared for who long for a sense of normalcy. Taking a moment to say thank you or sending a note to say we appreciate you can go a long way! Click here for more details.
- No-Sew Cuddle Blankets: No-sew cuddle blankets are a great project to do at home and send or deliver to InCommunity to give to the residents in their group homes. In addition to being warm and cozy, they make good fidget items for individuals who like to have something to do with their hands. Click here for more details and to register.
NOTE: This project can be done on any day. To help our members record service hours we have listed this project on several different days. It doesn’t matter which day you actually register with Pebble Tossers.
Helping Mamas at Home Toolkit
This is one of the best ways to volunteer for Helping Mamas from your home is to create kits! Our partners and families love to receive kits, and it is a great way to connect with the mothers and children in need. Drop during Helping Mamas designated drop-off hours. To view drop-off times click here.
NOTE: This project can be done on any day. To help our members record service hours we have listed this project on several different days. It doesn’t matter which day you actually register for with Pebble Tossers.
Pack From Home
Build SuperPacks (meal packs) from your home for kids and families served by Action Ministries. Purchase items, package meals and drop off at Action Ministries Click here for list of items needed and more details.
LifeLine Animal Project still need fosters for medium and large dogs for four-to-six weeks. As of April 2nd, over 1300 animals have been placed in foster homes or have been adopted!! Way to go!
Fostering Information – LifeLine Animal Project
Humane Society of Northeast Georgia is looking for help with fostering for 1-2 weeks to temporarily reduce the number of animals in the building. If you are interested in fostering, please contact email@example.com
Drop a little love around town! and while it may need to be modified based on supplies on hand, most of us have an abundant supply of rocks, permanent markers and time! Create some kindness rocks and spread them around your neighborhood.
Bonus Points: Include #pebbletossers or #startarippleofgiving on the rock! It’s perfect for social distancing.
Snack or HOPE Bags for HOPE Atlanta
Create 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.
HOPE Bags Provide hygiene essentials (shampoo, conditioner, soap and etc.) to those experiencing homelessness. Snack Bags Help unsheltered people and keep them nourished. Example: can of soup, tuna pouch, crackers, cereal bars, and etc.
Hygiene Kits for Homelessness
Volunteers can serve those experiencing homelessness by making hygiene kits for the guests of SafeHouseOutreach (SHO) and then dropping them off at SHO. Click here for details. Great for all ages.
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 they also educate communities on the global problem of lack of access to menstrual hygiene. Click here to participate and make Period Packs from home.
Virtual Projects for CHOA
Throughout the years, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) has relied on families, individuals and groups for a variety of donations or planned activities for their patients and families. Since volunteers can’t visit in person to host activities or provide meals for the families, CHOA is accepting Craft Kits, Meal Bags, and Shout-outs for Healthcare Workers that you can create from home. Click here for details on how to participate. Perfect project for the entire family.
Volunteers will purchase the sandwich supplies (bread, cheese, meat and ziplock bags), make sandwiches from home and then deliver them to one of The Sandwich Project drop off locations.. This is a great project to do with your family, classmates, neighbors, clubs, and other groups. There is no minimum or maximum number of sandwiches you can make. Instructions will be provided on how to make and package the sandwiches.