Read through the options below and brainstorm with your team about the best ways you can participate. Our priority deadline is November 3. We’ll continue to accept ideas and visuals after this date, but will be able to give most attention to what receive on or before 11/3. Have fun! And be creative!
Each week, we bring you a roundup of the news, analysis, and resources that caught our attention in the past week. Be sure to share the articles and blogs that intrigued you over the past week.
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When going through a SWOT analysis in their latest round of strategic planning, volunteer-centric nonprofit Hands On Atlanta realized they were missing several key volunteer demographics, including families and Millennials.
Inside, read our policy for how we will handle donations prior to Georgia Gives Day on November 13.
University of Georgia student Ian Crosby, a volunteer at BikeAthens, had an unusual idea for the Athens Community Council on Aging (ACCA): he wanted to deliver food for their Meals on Wheels program via bike.
In four steps—discovery, dreaming, designing, and destiny—they uncovered the needs, hopes, and plans of their entire community.
On July 1, Decatur-based Our House and Atlanta’s Genesis Shelter made their merger official, joining forces to better serve homeless families across the metro area.
On April 26, more than 500 Sandy Springs residents volunteered at 18 different nonprofits, including GCN members Mary Hall Freedom House, Community Assistance Center, and Heritage Sandy Springs, in the 12th annual Volunteer for a Better Sandy Springs Day.
Often misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease, people suffering with Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) suffer disproportionately due to a lack of awareness about their disease.