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THE CONNECTION was created by Cobb Community Foundation as a mechanism for non-profits to share information about their missions, programs and resource needs.  The availability of such information is neither an endorsement nor recommendation of any organization or program described, and Cobb Community Foundation cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information presented.  Users are encouraged to perform their own due diligence before seeking services or donating time or other resources to any organization listed herein.


 

Wanted: Board Members

Crowned for Purpose Corp
Crowned for Purpose is seeking new board members who are passionate, and dedicated and willing to help us meet the needs of survivors of childhood sexual abuse and assault from the ages of 8-21. We are built upon the foundations of faith, integrity, love, respect, and care. Board meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month. To learn more about becoming a board member, please contact our Founder Keisha Smith at info@crownedforpurpose.org.
Posted On : 11-07-2019

9th Grade At-Risk Drop-out Prevention, coupled with Parental Training

iFOCUS G25 Mentoring Program
How many of us consider ourselves to be a mentor? According to today's researchers, if we are adults, we are all mentors or role-models. This includes reporters, talk show hosts, sport figures, entertainers, internet celebrities, grocery store cashiers, church members, family, friends and others. In today's society, most of our parents, teachers, and communities want to be able to reach out to our children and guide them to make better choices. Unfortunately, the ways we communicate to our ch
Posted On : 09-24-2019

Wanted: Attorney for Executive Board of Directors

Loving Arms Cancer Outreach, Inc
We are looking for an Attorney, possibly in general practice, with a public interest focusing on helping society in some manner. The Attorney would serve on our Executive Board of Directors (currently 9). The Attorney would provide advice primarily in areas of contracts and partnerships on an as needed basis. The time required is approximately 2 hours per month via phone. The Board meets quarterly, in the evening, for approximately 3 hours at our office in the Mansour Center in Marietta.
Posted On : 09-24-2019

Reading books for 3 graders

ASFIP Foundation
ASFIP Foundation is looking for volunteers to read a book to third graders across metro Atlanta. ASFIP Foundation buys books that are chosen by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The students get to keep the books and share them with their families. The goal of ASFIP Foundation is to start teaching financial literacy to young children in order to start developing good money habits.
Posted On : 09-18-2019

Community Services Assistant

Destiny's Daughters Of Promise
The primary focus for the Community Service Assistant is to support the Community Service Director in ensuring that DDP students engage in the required hours of relevant community service projects. The Community Services Assistant will assist with all aspects of planning and tracking relevant community service projects for students in DDP. In addition, the assistant will be present during the service projects to ensure that students complete the assigned tasks. Times vary.
Posted On : 09-18-2019

Food Drive Coordinator

Chattahoochee Tech Foundation, Inc.
Is your workplace or civic organization looking for a way to give back? Plan a food drive to benefit the Golden Eagle Food Pantry at Chattahoochee Technical College! We're looking for volunteers to organize their own food and hygiene product drive within their own organization. We'll provide you with the information you need to promote this wonderful opportunity. Food and hygiene products will be distributed to students attending classes at Chatt Tech through the food pantry located at our Mari
Posted On : 09-17-2019

Camera Operator/Editor (Volunteer/Student/Internship Opportunity)

VISIONful Communities, Inc.
VISIONful Communities is seeking up to 3 Cobb County resident/student ages 13-22 who are interested in learning more about the video productions field where a unique training experience and hands on/in-the-field experience will be acquired. VISIONful Communities helps to connect resources and start-up funds to aspiring Cobb County entrepreneurs. This is done by producing professional videos to highlight and showcase the unique business ideas in order to raise support to help facilitate a launch
Posted On : 09-16-2019

Volunteers

Box of Balloons
A birthday party is not always a reality for many families in our community. We want to help make it possible! Box of Balloons works with community organizations and social workers to identify families in need. Our volunteers work together to "pack a party in a box" with all of the necessary items for the parent/caregiver to host their child's dream party (this includes cake, candles, and a gift). The process: A social worker/community organization fills out our birthday request form in order fo
Posted On : 09-04-2019

Wanted: Passionate Board Members

Georgia Symphony Orchestra
Are you someone who is passionate about the arts and youth education? Do you enjoy serving your community through the gifts of your time, talent and treasure? If so, we encourage you to consider joining the Georgia Symphony Orchestra board of directors. To support the continued growth and development of the organization, the GSO employs a deliberate recruitment process focused on specific skills, backgrounds and geographic locations. Current needs include expertise in finance, fundraising, ma
Posted On : 08-29-2019

Humane Society of Cobb County: Cleaning and Maintenance

Humane Society of Cobb County
We offer volunteer opportunities at the Humane Society of Cobb County. We are a local, no-kill, non-profit organization. We do not receive any city, county, state, federal, or Humane Society of the United States funding. Our facility is run on donations, bequests, and grants, and through fundraising efforts. We rely heavily upon volunteers, and we are very grateful for the time and effort they contribute to our operations. Our greatest volunteer needs at this time are in the areas of daily clean
Posted On : 08-20-2019

MUST Continuing Volunteer Opportunities - Elizabeth Inn

MUST Ministries Inc.
Our volunteers at the Elizabeth Inn assist clients experiencing homelessness. We provide assistance with food, clothing, hygiene items, employment services, shelter and housing needs, and a variety of other client services.
Posted On : 08-20-2019

Mentors @ St. Jude's Episcopal Church

Path To Shine
This program meets on Sundays from 12:30-2PM at St. Jude's Episcopal Church, 220 Windy Hill Road, Marietta. Volunteer mentors meet with the same one or two children every week throughout the school year. There is time for conversation, reading and board games, as well as time for our unique curriculum featuring a broad scope of books. ALL mentors MUST attend our 5 hour training session. To see a list of current opportunities look on our website at pathtoshine.org/volunteer-training-registration
Posted On : 08-19-2019

Mentors @ Mosaic Church

Path To Shine
This program meets on Mondays from 2:30-5PM at Mosaic Church, 1528 Austell Road, Marietta. Volunteer mentors meet with the same one or two children every week throughout the school year.. There is time for snack, time for play, time for homework, and time for our unique curriculum featuring a broad scope of books. ALL mentors MUST attend our 5 hour training session. To see a list of current opportunities look on our website at pathtoshine.org/volunteer-training-registration
Posted On : 08-19-2019

Mentors @ Norton Park Elementary School

Path To Shine
This program meets on Mondays from 2:30-5PM at Norton Park Elementary with children in K-5th grade. Volunteer mentors (ages 16 - 80) meet with the same one or two children every week throughout the school year, in the school library. There is time for snack, time for play, time for homework, and time for our unique curriculum featuring a broad scope of books. ALL mentors MUST attend our 5 hour training session. To see a list of current opportunities look on our website at pathtoshine.org/volunt
Posted On : 08-19-2019

Reach & Rise 1:1 Mentoring Program for Youth 9 - 17

Northwest Family YMCA
Reach & Rise is a free one-to-one youth mentoring program that was established to provide young people in our community with positive adult relationships. Through building safe, consistent, and fun relationships, mentors can help youth develop healthy social skills, improve academics, increase self-esteem, enhance decision-making, and cope with family and peer conflicts. A unique feature of the program is the therapeutic paraprofessional training mentors receive prior to being matched. The tra
Posted On : 08-18-2019