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Give Back Connection for April 22


Help with vision and hearing services

Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation is the only statewide provider of vision and hearing services. The organization needs volunteers to meet the demand for eyeglasses requests for mission trips. Help is needed to get the eyeglasses ready. Volunteer opportunities in the Recycling Center include, but are not limited to: washing and sorting eyeglasses and reading eyeglass prescriptions.

When: ongoing

Where: 5582 Peachtree Road, Atlanta

Contact: Outreach Coordinator Phelicia Hardy at phardy@lionslighthouse.org

Information: 404-325-3630 or lionslighthouse.org

Make a positive impact on your community

The Atlanta Children’s Shelter has volunteer opportunities within the shelter and with events throughout the year:

— Assist teachers in the classroom (i.e. arts and crafts, story time, field trips, small group activities, etc.) 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday - Friday.

— Hire Up employment program. Host employment and career based workshops, conduct mock interviews, and assist with resume development. (Human resources background required)

— Development department. Create donor packets, assist with donor research, and/or help market signature events.

— Assist with front desk and administrative duties. Greet visitors, answer phones, file documents and sort donations.

When: ongoing

Where: The Atlanta Children’s Shelter, 607 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta

Contact: jmartin@acsatl.org

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESFind ways to volunteer in metro Atlanta and post opportunities at ajc.com/go/volunteer.



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