Monday, February 3, 2014

5th anniversary of Pebble Tossers - providing age appropriate service projects to youth, teens and families in Metro Atlanta


Join Our Celebration!

February 22nd marks the 5th anniversary of Pebble Tossers serving our community by providing age appropriate service projects to youth, teens and families in Metro Atlanta.  We are excited to share our birthday with you through service and celebration.
Our day will begin at 11:00 am at the Atlanta Community Food Bank with a carnival atmosphere!  We’ll have great food, cotton candy, games, and be working on several service projects making:
  • No-sew fleece blankets to benefit Foster Care Support Foundation
  • Handmade cards to be placed in Food Boxes given out by the Atlanta Community Food Bank
  • Hygiene kits for Hope-Hill Elementary School students (who primarily live in shelters)
We will be presenting our annual Youth of the Year Awards to our outstanding youth volunteers and we will also be presenting the President’s Volunteer Service Award to one high-achieving young lady.
These inspirational kids will share their volunteer stories and will motivate all of us to keep giving and serving.

There is a $15 per person fee to cover the cost of service project materials, t-shirt and event costs.
Click here to RSVP & CELEBRATE with Pebble Tossers from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm.*

Our group service project runs from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm in the warehouse of the ACFB.  Families can work together in the warehouse sorting food and packaging items.  (Kids 8 and up only).  Space for this is limited, so sign up quickly.  Due to ACFB policies, you will need to register directly into their system to sign their volunteer waiver.  There is no cost if you only want to volunteer with the ACFB, but you must register.

Click here to register to SERVE with the ACFB from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm on Saturday, February 22, 2014. *

* If you plan to attend the Celebration and then Serve with the ACFB, you must register here for both events.

We will need lots of volunteers to make this day possible.  If you would like to help with the event, please view the volunteer needs from: set up & decorations to leading games to leading the service project to making cotton candy to clean up.  Volunteers helping with the event still need to RSVP for the event.

Click here to view the volunteer needs for the afternoon.

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