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  • A Beacon Of Hope

    There are many ways to serve with A Beacon of Hope. These are just a few. Click the button below for the complete list and to begin the volunteering process.


    Baby and Me Boutique Team: Our Boutique is a perfect way to serve right in your community by giving a few hours a month or quarter to help spruce up the Boutique or to assist with special projects.

    Meal Provision Team: Meal Provision is a simple way to serve and support the mission of A Beacon of Hope - Parent Organization. Tuesday evenings at the Johns Creek location. Due to the wonderful group of patients attending regularly on Tuesday nights, we are now needing to feed about 25. Often times a small group, or a group of friends works the best. We are so thankful our attendance is so high, celebrate with us.


    Beacon of Hope
    First Sunday of every month, 8:00 - 8:45 AM
    Room C31

    Let's come together and pray for the lives of the unborn and for the women in unplanned pregnancies. Join us as we pray for A Beacon of Hope, Pregnancy and Relationship Resource Parent Organization, the first Sunday of every month.  Contact Leslie Whitten for more information or you can just drop in and join us.


  • Corners Outreach

    Corners Outreach: Homework Club
    Monday-Thursday, 3:15 - 4:30PM
    Norcross, Duluth and Dunwoody         

    Corners Outreach is expanding and they need volunteers that can help at both locations with elementary homework, quiz on math facts (flashcards), listen to children read, help them practice for spelling tests, etc. Volunteer one day, one hour, multiple days or multiple hours. 


  • Duluth Hands of Christ

    Duluth Hands of Christ: Food Pantry
    Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Volunteers are needed to work in the food pantry at Duluth Hands of Christ. They will sort food, fill food orders for clients and assist clients with getting food to their cars. Contact the co-op to work a 2 or 4 hour shift - 770.623.9563.


  • Eagle Ranch – Houseparent Openings

    Eagle Ranch – Houseparent Openings

    Interested in a local mission opportunity with your spouse? Eagle Ranch is hiring Houseparents to begin May 2018. Eagle Ranch, in Flowery Branch, is a Christian residential children’s program. Houseparents live on the Ranch, helping care for up to seven boys or girls. Click below for more information.


  • ESL Program

    ESL Teachers Needed 
    Saturday mornings during the school year, C Building
    Help teach English on Saturday mornings during the school year. No previous teaching experience is needed, and you will be trained! If your native language is English, you currently actively worship and serve at a church, and have a heart for God's people, you are a good candidate to volunteer! Contact 770.777.1028 or email below.


    ESL: Student Volunteer Needed
    Saturdays, 8:30 - 10:30 AM
    Perimeter Church’s ESL ministry is looking for 1-2 students to assist each week. Job description entails making copies; setting up book tables; setting up refreshment tables, and preparing coffee and tea for coffee break. This is a great opportunity for high school students who may be needing service hours. 


  • Friends of Refugees

    Support After School Tutoring
    Spend time with middle and high school students. Share a meal, play soccer, assist with homework. Start an elementary tutoring program at an apartment complex in Clarkston. Join the Friends of Refugees Youth Program to make a difference in the life of students and their families.

    • Weekly commitment for one semester
    • Middle and High School Program on Tuesdays, 5:00 - 8:00 PM
    • Elementary Program can choose Monday - Thursday afternoons 
    • Minimum commitment of 2-3 hours, one day a week for one semester

    Assist Refugees with Resumes and Job Skills
    Café Clarkston Employment Center is a vital part of assisting refugees looking for jobs in the Atlanta area. Find your place in the Internet café, and use your knowledge and skill to help a refugee write a resume, find jobs to apply for, or prepare for an interview.

    • Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday afternoons
    • Monthly, biweekly, or weekly commitment for six months

  • Good Samaritan Health Center Gwinnett

    There are many ways to serve with Good Samaritan Health Center. These are just a few of them. 



    • Medical Volunteers
    • Dental Volunteers
    • Support Volunteers including translators, counselors, and administrative assistants
    • Guests who can lead a devotion at 7:30 AM
  • Hi Hope Center

    There are many ways to serve at Hi Hope. For a complete list, click a button below:


    • Adopt-a-Group Home

      Develop a longstanding relationship with one of our 5 groups homes by sponsoring and participating in regular activities with the residents and, optionally, helping with some house beautification projects to make the house a true home. 

    • Host A Recurring Club At Hi-Hope

      Take your passion, whether that be dancing, singing, walking, painting, movie-watching, baking, or whatever, and lead a club at Hi-Hope. The club meet 1-2 times per month for approximately 2 hours. 

    • Join An Event Committee

      Hi-Hope hosts a number of annual events with which we need help. The time commitment here increases around the date of the event. Examples include holiday parties, open houses, dances and our signature event - Gwinnett’s Got Talent.

      Email Nick Reynolds, or call at 770.963.8694 for more information about these.

  • Home Repairs Ministry

    Here's an opportunity to get your hands dirty serving in very practical ways. We serve homeowners with needs that they cannot address whether physically, or financially to hire contractors; they are often elderly or handicapped. We help skilled and unskilled people to get out where the needs are, including supervised youth over 12. Projects are great for your Journey Group. If you are comfortable on a ladder, you are a celebrity. Examples projects include: yard work, cleaning gutters in December, occasional handicap ramp projects, Honey-do lists, light electrical & plumbing, and complex projects often need your help. We serve Church members and others in the community. Email us and tell us what interests you and we'll find your sweet spot to serve.  


  • Justice Team

    The Justice Team is an anti-trafficking volunteer ministry that meets as a group and partners with multiple organizations in the Atlanta area.


    Monthly meetings - 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM in A2131



  • Movers and Shakers

    Movers and Shakers is Looking for Gently Used Furniture
    Movers and Shakers Furniture Ministry will pick up your beds, dressers, tables and chairs to be delivered to families in our community who are making a fresh start.


    Movers and Shakers Needed
    Saturday mornings, Gwinnett County
    Movers and Shakers Furniture Ministry needs workers to help load, deliver and pick up donated furniture for families in our community who are making a fresh start. Work days are twice a month on Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. No experience and no long term commitment needed. Great for small groups and family service projects. 


  • Next Generation Focus’ SmarterMe® Academy

    Make an IMPACT this year! Teen, Adult, and Teacher volunteers are needed to tutor students in grades K-8 in reading, writing, and math. All learning materials provided. Three locations to serve.


    • Norcross Location

      2500 Beaver Ruin Road - Norcross First United Methodist Church

      Tuesday & Thursday, 4:00 - 6:00 PM (Now - April 26, 2018)

      Saturday, 9:40 AM - 12:00 Noon (Now - April 28, 2018)

    • Cumming Locations

      6755 Majors Road – Grace Chapel Church

      Monday - Thursday, 4:00 - 6:00 PM (Now - April 26, 2018)

      Saturday, 9:30 AM - 12:00 Noon (Now - April 28, 2018)

    • North Forsyth Location

      6800 Little Mill Road – Little Mill Middle School

      Tuesday & Thursday, 4:00 - 6:00 PM (Now - April 26,2018)

      Saturday, 9:30 AM - 12:00 Noon (Now - April 28, 2018)


      For more information or to sign up, please email Amy Sol, at call or text at 678.516.5062.

  • Norcross Co-op

    There are so many ways you can serve at the Norcross Co-op. Visit their website for a full list and descriptions. 



    • Sorting clothes in the clothing closet
    • Administrative help
    • Interviewing clients
    • Receiving donations
  • Prison Ministry

    For information about serving in local prisons contact Jim Cook for men's ministry, and Lynda Stargel for women's ministry.

  • Promise686

    Check their website for dates of future Loaves and Fishes Meal making events:


  • Public Schools

    Summerour Middle School Teacher Assistants Needed
    One Hour A Week or More
    321 Price Place, Norcross, GA 30071
    Summerour MS is seeking volunteers who speak Spanish fluently and have a high interest in science or social studies to assist teachers in grades 6-8 in our ESOL classrooms. The District funds ESOL teachers for math and language arts only. Please consider coming a minimum of one period a day for as many days a week that you can. 


    Summerour Middle School WyldLife
    We are so excited that Summerour Middle School is starting a WyldLife Club! WyldLife is a club intended to reach the unchurched students of our community with the love of Christ. They are looking for leaders, volunteers, and a prayer team to make it possible.


    Book Club and Beaver Ridge Elementary
    30 minutes a week for 6 weeks, Norcross
    Beaver Ridge has asked Perimeter to help lead a book club to enhance the learning of high level readers. The goal of the club is to help normalize the idea of reading for fun, and engaging the more advanced students at a higher level. We need your help to make book club possible again. All supplies and plans will be provided. If you can commit to helping lead a group for 30 minutes a week during lunch, for 6 weeks in the fall or the spring, we’d love to have you. 


  • Rainbow Village

    Are you a foodie?  Like to cook?  Like to serve?  We need you!


    The first Tuesday of each month is Perimeter's night to provide dinner for the Rainbow Village families. We are looking for someone to coordinate the menu and organize volunteers to prepare, and serve 50 people including entrée, sides and drinks (tea or lemonade) dessert is optional! Great opportunity for a connect group, d-group or social group to serve together! The meal is served in the Rainbow Village Community Center Dining Hall in Duluth. Arrival time for meal set-up is 5:45. Dinner is served from 6:00 - 7:00 PM.  For more information or to sign your group up, contact Michelle Alcorn.


    Big Recess
    Each Thursday at 7:00 PM

    Big Recess is a weekly opportunity for the Children of Rainbow Village to play and have FUN. Volunteers provide support, supervision, and a variety of exciting activities. 


    • Volunteer in the Clothing Boutique


  • Salvation Army of Gwinnett
  • Street Grace

    Street Grace is an Atlanta-based, faith-driven organization collaborating with faith, business and community leaders providing a comprehensive path to end Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST) in Metro Atlanta and throughout the United States.


  • Victoria's Friends

    Baskets of Love Needed


    Victoria's Friends is in need of Baskets of Love for their outreach events to the women in Atlanta strip clubs. The baskets can include lotion, makeup, jewelry, journals, Bibles, scarves, socks, candles, etc. Contact Sharon at 770.271.7540 for more information and to arrange a delivery.

    Basket Outreach

    Our trained and treasured volunteers deliver beautiful gift baskets to men and women working in strip clubs and prostituted areas throughout Metropolitan Atlanta. Victoria’s Friends’ Basket Outreach started in 2000 and has always been the heart of our support ministry to dancers. By showing simple gestures of love on Outreach, we see huge glimpses of God! To inquire about outreach training, contact Dianne.


  • Wellspring Living

    Wellspring Living Meal Team
    Mornings, afternoons and weekends
    Do you love to cook and create new recipes and meals! Would you and a group of friends be interested in cooking and/or catering a nutritious meal for our programs? Serve on our Meal Prep Team and create fun memories with participants while enjoying good food!! We are in need of morning, afternoon and weekend teams to help prepare, teach and/or cater meals!


    Empowered Living Academy
    Office Technology Instructors – Volunteers with Microsoft Office experience and ability to teach basic skills in Word and Excel.
    Donor/Sponsor – Volunteers can help raise donations such as clothing (children & adult sizes), toiletries, and etc. as well as sponsor field trips, lunch/dinner outings, graduation/celebrations and etc.
    Professional Development Mentors – Mentors will provide one-on-one assistance around building professional skills such as resume building, job searching, mock interviews, professional etiquette and skills needed to successfully thrive in their desired career. Volunteers will mentor a participant during her time at the Academy and during their apprenticeship.

  • Whirlwind Missions

    After School Tutoring
    Monday - Thursday: 4:30 - 7:00 PM 
    Azalea Place Apartments 
    3500 Chamblee Dunwoody Way 
    Apt. C2
    Doraville, GA 30340 
    Come teach and love on the immigrant and refugee kids from Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Bangladesh with your missionaries, Tim Cummins and Ashley Kendall 

    Soccer Nights Tuesday 
    Thursday, 5:30 - 8:00 PM 
    Azalea Place Apartments
    3500 Chamblee Dunwoody Way
    Apt. C2
    Doraville, GA 30340 
    Come play soccer and build relationships with the middle and high school boys from Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Bangladesh!
    Email Ashley below, or call 404.358.6766, for more information about either of these opportunities. 


  • World Relief
    • Assisting WR staff in gathering donations for refugee housing, setting up housing, and grocery shopping for new arrivals
    • Greeting and welcoming the incoming refugees and families as they arrive from the airport.
    • Helping refugees get to necessary medical appointments
    • Taking them shopping for groceries and seasonally-appropriate clothing
    • Teaching them to navigate the community via public transportation.
    • Equipping refugees with basic living skills such as housekeeping and budgeting
    • Serving as ESL tutors, interpreters, and translators
    • Functioning as cultural and community guides (helping refugees learn about their new community and the public resources available to them)
    • Demonstrating personal and public safety practices