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Sweetwater Mission, Inc.
Food Pantry volunteers assist clients with food choices, take groceries to their cars, restock pantry shelves, pick-up and sort donations, and help deliver food to shut-ins. We welcome Court Mandated, Attorney Requested and School Required Community Service Workers. Court Mandated or Attorney Requested workers must bring a Picture ID and copy of all charges. Among the charges we cannot accept are Violent Crimes, Drug Possession with Intent to Sell, Shoplifting, Theft or Identity Theft. School
Revved Up Kids, Inc.
Revved Up Kids offers volunteer opportunities for adults who want to support our mission to protect children and teens from sexual abuse and exploitation. We offer flexible hours, work at home projects, in-office projects, special event planning, community event planning, assisting with Revved Up Kids training programs. If you are interested in helping us keep kids safe, please contact us to discuss volunteering.
Right in the Community
Right in the Community, Cobb's oldest non-profit geared to special needs, has a wonderful group project available for you! Choose an exterior painting project from one of our 122 1-story group homes that are in need of painting. We can supply the paint, or we can provide you with the paint specifications. Help make a home cheerful and bright for these residents!
Marietta Mentoring for Leadership
Mentor a youth in Marietta! We offer training and support throughout the year. Community mentors have various ways to connect with students through our organization: be a one-to-one mentor for an 8th-12th grader, serve as a small group mentor for 6th or 7th graders, help juniors and seniors complete college and scholarship applications, serve lunch to students once per month at the high school, or attend events throughout the year as an extra set of hands.
Curing Kids Cancer
Curing Kids Cancer welcomes volunteers to help with in-office needs including sorting and filing, donor retention activities, computer and donor database cleanup, fundraising event prep, for example.