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Local Homeless Youth Outreach, Animal Rescue Part of 'Georgia Gives Day' Dec. 6

The need for volunteers and donations for local groups doesn't stop there, though.

Young People Matter, a homeless youth shelter and outreach, and Atlanta Wild Animal Rescue Effort, are seeking to raise funds through participating in a special effort, Georgia Gives Day, on Dec. 6.

According to its website:

"Georgia Gives Day is really about us all – it’s about everyone pulling together to support the organizations and causes right in our own backyards and across the state that have been a part of our lives since day one.

So, we are asking all Georgians, on December 6th, to give a little and share a little so that, together, we can do a lot for the causes that we all care about."

In addition, a Georgia Gives Day press release states: "The mission of Georgia Gives Day is to inspire individuals to donate to participating nonprofits with the goal of raising as much money as possible within a 24-hour period."

The collaborative effort involves the Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN)) working with a number of different participating entities, including nonprofits, state agencies, corporations and businesses, and more, the website states.

Learn more about the organizations involved in Georgia Gives Day, including the donation pages for Young People Matter(YPM) and Atlanta Wild Animal Rescue Effort (AWARE).

See also:

Volunteer opportunities at YPM

Volunteer opportunities at AWARE

'No Kid Has to Sleep in the Street in Metro Atlanta'

Other local organizations needing volunteers and/or donations include:

ART Station

Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends

Refugee Family Services

Side-by-Side Brain Injury Clubhouse

 

 

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