Hagar’s House - help
Feed women & children
Hagar’s House is a shelter in Decatur for women and children who have nowhere else to stay. Volunteers from Decatur First will provide meals for the residents Saturday, February 9 through Friday, February 15, from 6 - 8 pm each night. Volunteers will be grouped together with a team of 4-5 volunteers to provide meals for 15-25 people. Contact Brittany Jones at email@example.com OR click here to sign-up online to volunteer.
17th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Service Project • January 19-21
North Decatur and Decatur First are working together as part of Decatur’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Weekend to repair homes of seniors. There is work for all skill levels over multiple shifts throughout the weekend. To volunteer with our team, contact John Post: firstname.lastname@example.org
Action Ministries SuperPack Event
Saturday, February 23
Help hungry kids eat well on the weekends. More than 1 million children in Georgia qualify for free or reduced-price meals through the National School Lunch/Breakfast Program. For many of these children, school meals may be the only food they eat during the day. Through Action Ministries Superpack program, children at risk of weekend hunger receive a bag of food that can easily and discreetly fit into a backpack before a long weekend. The Greater Decatur Churches raised money to support SuperPacks through our October Pumpkin Patch. On February 23 at 10:00 am we’ll have a chance to see what that money can do by packing 2050 SuperPacks at the Action Ministries warehouse in East Point! Sign up HERE or contact Alina Crews for more information: email@example.com
Decatur First, kitchen
M-F from 8am-4pm
Feed a hungry neighbor. Open Hand prepares, packs and delivers healthy meals throughout metro-Atlanta for those who might otherwise go without a meal. You can pick up meals for delivery from the Open Hand facility at Decatur First UMC. Volunteers are especially needed to deliver meals during the holidays! Call Annette Price at 770-365-6354 with any questions or visit openhandatlanta.org for more information.