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Lend a Helping Hand to Stone Mountain Organizations

Got skills and time? Become a volunteer for local groups.

Organizations in and around Stone Mountain are looking for a few good volunteers.

Whether you have some extra time, skill sets you want to share, or just a big heart for helping others, one or more of the following volunteer opportunities could be a good fit:

  • The Stone Mountain Village Visitor Center is looking for local volunteers to welcome visitors to our area.  Volunteers only need to commit to one three-hour shift per month. Each shift worked puts your name in a drawing for a gift certificate to a local restaurant or shop. Contact Kim Cumbie at 770-879-4971 or email: kcumbie@comcast.net.
  • Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC) needs volunteers Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm (community groups on Saturday by appointment) to lend the following skills: general mechanical and/or electric; clerical; computer; and building maintenance. Volunteers are also needed to take care of tasks such as equipment pick-ups, building ramps, and thrift shop work. Click here for the details on the FODAC’s volunteer needs. Volunteer Coordinator: Dianne Ramsey. Phone: 770-491-9014. Address: 4900 Lewis Rd, Stone Mountain, 30083.
  • Volunteers are needed for Refugee Family Services’ efforts, including literacy, mentoring, and tutoring. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old with adult supervision. Volunteer coordinator: Brittany VanValkenburgh. Office phone: 404-299-6217. Address: 5561-H Memorial Dr., Stone Mountain, 30083.
  • DeKalb County, because of the high number of fires every year, is among the counties where the Metropolitan Atlanta chapter of the American Red Cross needs a lot of volunteers, a spokesman said.  Red Cross volunteers do everything from assisting with situations such as disaster response and blood drives, to providing education on safety and disaster preparedness, etc. Disaster volunteer training is also available, but participants must be registered Red Cross volunteers first before taking disaster training classes. Click here for a comprehensive list of all the Red Cross volunteer opportunities.

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