Service Ideas

Global Soap Project
Battling preventable disease through collection and distribution of soap (processing soap remnants into new bars)
http://www.globalsoap.org/get-involved/volunteer/
6901 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Suite D
Norcross,GA 30092 (map)
The Warehouse Team will help us take donated soap from hotels and prepare it to be sent to people who lack access to soap around the world. This includes the following tasks:
  • Sort soap by brand
  • Inventory soap in warehouse
  • Inspect, sort and clean the previously used soap
  • Cut bars of soap
  • Pack soap for shipping
  • Help with cleaning / housekeeping projects
  • The minimum age to help with warehouse work is 12, and to drive is 18. Those driving must show proof of a driver's license and automobile insurance.

Volunteer through Hands on Atlanta site: http://www.handsonatlanta.org/HOC__Organization_Profile_Page?Oid=001A000000afMadIAE
For groups of 5 or more people please send an email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule your time at the plant. We accept groups of up to 15 people per shift.

Concrete Jungle
Picks neglected produce from all over Atlanta and donates to homeless shelters and food banks
http://www.concrete-jungle.org/
Pick fruit May - Dec
 
Storm Drain Stenciling Project
https://gwinnettehc.org/programs/adopt-a-stream/
For more information about Adopt-A-Stream or to volunteer please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
 
Water Pollution
In Gwinnett County all stormdrains lead to streams, that means any pollution that falls on your yard, sidewalk, driveway, parking lot, or road could get washed right into a stream the next time it rains. This includes oil and antifreeze from cars, cigarette butts, and grass clippings.
The County provides stenciling supplies to volunteer groups to label storm drains. Supplies include stencils, paint, gloves, and maps of drains.

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