Annandale Village Volunteer Ideas

The mission of Annandale Village, located in Suwanee, is to provide progressive life assistance to adults with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries so that they can maximize their abilities and maintain their independence in the least restrictive environment.
Annandale Village is able to tailor one’s volunteer experience to fit his or her availability, skills and desires. Volunteers are able to select meaningful volunteer projects based on their available time and interests, including:
⦁ Arts, Academics, and Recreational Activities
⦁ Coming soon! Adopt-A-Villager Buddy Program*(*Requires additional training)
⦁ Adopt-A-House Program (Ideal for adult church groups or corporations)
⦁ Assist with a Special Event
⦁ Join a Committee
⦁ Teach a Class/Special Skill
⦁ Landscape & Campus Improvement Projects
⦁ Office & Administration Assistance
⦁ and, Others
See anything you like or know of a way you can help? CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS 
LOCATION: 3500 Annandale Lane, Suwanee, GA 30024-2150
(Phone): (770) 945-8381
(Email): info@annandale.org

Hi-Hope Service Center Support

Hi-Hope Service Center, located in Lawrenceville, provides quality services that empower adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to define and live a meaningful life.
They have many ways to get involved as a volunteer, including:
⦁ Arts and Crafts
⦁ Performing Arts
⦁ Recreation & Athletics
⦁ Vocational Skills
⦁ Academics and Living Skills
⦁ On-Campus Activities
⦁ Off-Campus Activities
⦁ Office & Administrative Assistance
⦁ Landscaping & Campus Improvement Projects
⦁ Group Home Improvement Projects
⦁ Special Event Planning/Supporting
⦁ Marking & Community Awareness
⦁ Teaching & Special Skills Instruction
⦁ Companionship
⦁ and, Others
See anything you like or that you think you can help with? CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS
Volunteer opportunities are available for both individuals and groups. Offer your support weekdays, evenings and on the weekends, just once or through ongoing support. Serve as a friend and companion to the individuals we support. Organize and lead an activity at Hi-Hope or host us at your home, place of work, church, school, or other community location. “Adopt” one of our group homes to forge close connections with the four residents of a given location. Meet a critical need by assisting with landscaping, cleaning projects or meal preparation. Donate your professional skills to help us cut overhead costs and invest more of our resources in the people we support. They customize the volunteer activity to you so even if you are unsure, apply to serve their wonderful folks.
LOCATION: Hi-Hope Service Center is located at 882 Hi-Hope Road, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043
(Phone:770.963.8694)
https://hihopecenter.org

Gwinnett Humane Society Support

Supporting the Gwinnett Humane Society
Do you love animals? If so, the Gwinnett Humane Society needs your help!
They have many ways to get involved as a volunteer, here are a few:
⦁ “ODD JOBS” TEAM
⦁ SPECIAL EVENTS
⦁ PAT-A-PET
⦁ FUNDRAISING
⦁ PLACEMENT COMMITTEE / ADOPTIONS
⦁ FOSTER HOMES
⦁ PUBLICATIONS
See anything you like or that you think you can help with? — learn more -> CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS  
Note: If you are under 18 years of age your parent is required to volunteer with you.

LOCATION: Gwinnett Humane Society is located in the Village Shoppes of Sugarloaf shopping center.   (3370 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite D-5 , next door to H&R Block ) They are open Saturdays and Sundays Noon to 5pm. (770-798-7711)

 

ABOUT: Gwinnett Humane Society does not operate a shelter and is not affiliated with Gwinnett Animal Control. GHS receives no government funding; they rely solely on donations from individuals and companies to support our programs and on volunteers who donate their time and energy to carry out our mission. http://www.gwinnetthumane.com/