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Volunteer Opportunities in Snellville

Take time out this holiday season to volunteer for some great organizations.

Embracing Hospice
Pet therapy volunteers

Do you have a well-mannered, lovable dog you would like to share to brighten someone's day? Embracing Hospice is recruiting volunteers with pets that either are pet therapy certified or are interested in becoming certified. Their "PAWS for Hospice" program provides great interaction for patients that need special attention and affection. Animals are a great way to provide relaxation, companionship, and physical touch. If you are interested or know someone who may be, contact Catherine Jones at (404) 659-0110 for more information or to sign up for their next training classes. 

God's Angels for Single Parents
Multiple volunteer positions

Volunteers are the backbone to what 'God's Angels for Single Parents' hopes to accomplish by helping single parents breathe. If you love to help people while having fun they would love to have you. They need help with event planning, fundraising, administration, and marketing. 

Start of a New Day, Inc.
Tutor

Low income children have a hard time in school because of their finanical situation, according to Start of a New Day, Inc. Parents are often left with no help and their children are coming home with failing grades. They need you to help them have a fighting chance in life, by tutoring these children once or twice a week in their homes or community library. All subjects, all ages.  

The Path Project
Tutor 

The Path Project is eagerly seeking mentors for the 2012 - 2013 school year. Mentors will meet one hour a week with their assigned student. If you're interested in being a mentor, please contact MacKenzie McKay at mackenzie@path-project.org 

Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative
Multiple volunteer opportunities

The SE Gwinnett Cooperative exists to provide emergency aid to families in need of financial assistance and food. They are always happy to come out to your church or organization to share the vision of the Southeast Co-Op to provide for the needy in our community. Additional support is always needed as they reach out to our community to provide assistance.

  • Provide financial assistance
  • Provide food items for the pantry
  • Help promote awareness for the Co-Op
  • Become a Barrel Partner – provide a barrel for food donations at your church or business

Do you know of another local nonprofit that needs volunteers? Tell us in the comments!

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