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Are you passionate about making the world a better place? Are you excited at the prospect of meeting like-minded people, doing good together, and having a blast while you do it? Would you like to help raise the next generation of global citizens?

Join us as we endeavor to provide opportunities to have fun and do good in the world both close to home and abroad! We'll host local service adventures, post other events we find, and create both pre-designed volunteer adventure trips as well as carefully curated custom adventures for you, your friends, and families.

Adventures in Kindness was founded in the belief that kindness and compassion are innate human qualities that should be nurtured and empowered. So, bring your children and your friends. Provide them with a doorway to the joys of being of service, culturally immersive experiences, and a view of a world with less privilege than our own. Let's change the world together! One act, one person, one adventure at a time. #havefundogood

Upcoming events (3)

Nicholas House - Shelter/Soup Kitchen Tour & Volunteer Orientation

As requested, here's a repeat opportunity to attend the Nicholas House Tour and Orientation. It turns out the tour and orientation are not required to volunteer with Nicholas House, but I highly recommend it! Their mission to empower families with the support and tools to become, and remain, self sufficient is inspiring! Nicholas House was recommended by one of our members, Thomas. (Thanks Thomas!!) Tour & Orientation Registration: https://nicholashouse.wufoo.com/forms/s7x1x7/ For more information about Nicholas House, please check out their website: https://nicholashouse.org/ There are several opportunities coming up, please feel free to pick the one that works best for you. All Saturday tours are from 10:30-11:30 am, and are followed by an Orientation. The next 3 coming up are: • Feb 16th, 2019 • Mar 16th, 2019 • Apr 20th, 2019 Registration: https://nicholashouse.wufoo.com/forms/s7x1x7/

Food Sorting/Product Rescue Center (Afternoon)

732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd NW

Did you know 1 in 5 Georgians are facing hunger today? Let's do something about it! Forget the gym - time to work out for the cause. Join the fight to end hunger with a high-energy session of food sorting at our Atlanta warehouse. As a Product Rescue Center volunteer, you'll sort, organize and pack recently donated food and personal care products for distribution to over 600 local partner agencies. The music is loud, the packing is fast-paced and the personal reward of making a difference can't be replaced. General Volunteer Guidelines: Dress Code: Closed-toe shoes are required. Sneakers or work boots are recommended. Volunteers not wearing closed-toe shoes will not be allowed to enter the warehouse/participate in the event. Age Requirements: Volunteers must be age 8 or older. All volunteers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult (age 18 or older). Chaperone Requirements: Every volunteer group with children must follow the chaperone ratio: 1 adult per every 4 children (age 8-12) and 1 adult per every 8 youth (age 13 and older) *Chaperones are required to remain with underage volunteers at all times. Volunteer Eligiblity: PLEASE NOTE: Court mandated or "pre-court hearing" service hours are not available for this service shift or any Volunteer Services Department service shifts.

Open Hand Atlanta - Delivery Meal Packing

181 Armour Dr NE

Description: Packing involves portioning food into individual containers and snack bags on our packing assembly line. With over 5,000 meals to package every day, your help is essential. This is a great project for individuals and families, and a great team-building exercise for school, business and church groups! Volunteers are expected to stay for the entirety of their scheduled shift. Dress Code: Tennis shoes or nonslip/slip resistant shoes are required; no heels. Absolutely no jewelry of any kind. This includes but is not limited to rings, bracelets, watches, step-trackers, necklaces, earrings, gauges, cartilage, nose, and permanent piercings. Long pants are required. No sleeveless shirts or tank stops. A short sleeved t-shirt is fine. (The packing area can be a little chilly and a light jacket is recommended.) No headphones, ear buds, or Bluetooth earpieces may be worn. Age Requirements For individuals or families of less than 5 people: Volunteers must be age 11 or older. All volunteers under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult for the entire volunteer shift. For groups or families of 5 or more people: When a group or family has 5 or more minors, the minors must be 16 years or older. Every volunteer group with minors must follow the chaperone ratio: 1 adult per every 3 minor volunteers. Chaperones are required to remain with underage volunteers at all times.

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