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While we encourage our Neighborhood Community Groups to organize service projects and rhythms within their neighborhoods, we also find value in joining together as a church body to serve and support several ministries and organizations throughout Atlanta.

 
 
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Restore life

Restore Life is a non-profit organization located in the Westside neighborhoods of Atlanta, specifically in a community known as Grove Park. Initially formed as a collective impact non-profit, we spent our first year of operation building partnerships and raising funds for our community leaders and partners. It was through this process that we discovered our greatest strength: developing and investing in leaders. Now, that's all we do. We're a group of people who are passionate about the flourishing and restoration of our Grove Park neighborhood. We live, work, and play here in Grove Park, and these neighbors are our friends.

For more information, to sign up for their newsletter, and to give online, please visit www.restorelife.net.


friends of refugees

Friends of Refugees is an organization that serves, works alongside, and supports refugees in the Clarkston, Georgia, community with the vision of abundant life and flourishing communities. They have several avenues in which volunteers can get involved and develop relationships with the refugee community in Clarkston.

To find out more and to give online, visit www.friendsofrefugees.com. The best way to set up a recurring gift that fully goes to the ministry, not partially to transaction fees, is by going into your online bank portal and having an automatic check set to be sent monthly to:
Friends of Refugees
PO Box 548
Clarkston, GA 30021

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one race movement

RECONCILIATION + REVIVAL ARE THE SOLUTION

Through prayer and fasting, relationship and collaboration, OneRace exists to displace the spirit of racism and release a movement of racial reconciliation across Atlanta, the Southeast, and the nation. God desires a young adult movement that will counter the tide of racial division in our city and nation. “And he made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth…” – Acts 17:26.

For more information, go to www.oneracemovement.com.

To give online, visit https://www.kindridgiving.com/app/giving/kindrid-uk8k07p

If you'd like to give through check, you can make it out to OneRace and send to: 1625 Collins Hill Road, Lawrenceville, GA 30043

To get in touch with someone at OneRace, email admin@oneracemovement.com for general inquiries or volunteering. To sign up for their newsletter, click here.


students to scholars

Are you looking for a meaningful volunteer experience? Are you interested in being a part of interrupting the school to prison pipeline? You can give one hour each week to help a student through academic tutoring during our Fall program. You choose one day each week on Mondays through Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. to tutor a student who needs help.

Something very special happens over a meal that with people who listen and share about their day. Each evening we serve a home-cooked meal to our students. If you are a good cook and can partner with us by providing one meal per month, please contact our administrator at admin@students2scholars.com. Thank you for sharing your hospitality with our students.

Online giving can be setup on a recurring basis here or if it is preferred to mail a physical check, it can be sent to: Students to Scholars, 575 Travis Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30318.

In addition to our main webpage, we also have a Facebook page.

If individuals are interested in volunteering as an academic tutor or meal volunteer, the best email address for contact would be admin@students2scholars.com

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