Volunteer Fridays!

Community Service Worker Needed!

Do your Community Service at Sandy Springs Recycling Center, a part of Keep North Fulton Beautiful. We are a non-profit organization and we have accommodated court-ordered community service workers for years. For details and more information click here:  knfb.org

Grady Health System Volunteer Needed

Consider joining the thousands of people who have volunteered their time and talents at Grady over the years. Your willingness to give will have a positive impact on our patients and their recovery. Grady employees will come to rely on your dedication and your giving spirit. For details and more information click here: http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp1332305.jsp

Destiny’s Daughters of Promise Inc.

Destiny’s Daughters of Promise Inc. is looking for volunteers for Community Services Coordinator. The Community Services Coordinator will implement all aspects planning and overseeing relevant community service projects for students in Destiny’s Daughters of Promise. For details and more information click here: http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp1332536.jsp

Job Wednesdays!

Omni Visions Inc.

Are you looking for a job where you can use you administration and  recruitment skills? If yes, Omni Visions Inc. is seeking employment for Licensing & Training Coordinator. This job consist of very responsible administrative work involving the coordination of recruitment efforts, providing and coordinating the training of Foster/Treatment parents and facilitating the licensing/approval of qualified parents. If your interested and want more information click here  https://www4.recruitingcenter.net

KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) is a national network of free, open enrollment, college preparatory schools dedicated to preparing students in underserved communities for success in college and in life.  There are 125 KIPP schools in 20 states and the District of Columbia serving more than 40,000 students. KIPP Metro Atlanta currently operates seven KIPP schools including two primary schools, four middle schools, and one high school as well as the KIPP Through College Program which supports students on their journey “to and through” college.  For more details click here http://kippcareers.force.com

Loss Prevention Manager

Macy’s at Perimeter  Mall is seeking a Loss Prevention Manager. As a Loss Prevention Manager, you will support My Macy’s and be empowered to ensure that a store or multiple stores operate efficiently and achieve our shortage goals.  Your scope of responsibility will include asset protection, payroll expense management, management of Loss Prevention team and the directing of shortage initiatives, investigations and surveillance.  For details click here 


Volunteer Fridays!

Atlanta Community Food Bank

The Atlanta Community Food Bank is looking for individuals volunteer or volunteer  groups  to help with day to day operations as well as helping to staff special events and other opportunities. This is a great way to get involved in the community, if interested click here register your interest

Children's Healthcare of AtlantaChildren Healthcare of Atlanta 

Do you want to you have a passion to support children in your community of hospital? Then Children Healthcare of Atlanta needs you!   Go volunteer and put a smile on a child face, if interested click here for details choagiving@choa.org

Open Hand

Open Hand invites you to come volunteer and help change lives. At Open Hand, people from all walks of  life come together to touch the lives of thousands of others who are not as fortunate. Volunteers package meals, drive meal delivery routes, work with our senior health and wellness programs, and serve in leadership positions. If you would like to be apart of the team and volunteer then click here for details http://www.projectopenhand.org/s-vol-opportunitites.asp

Week of the 22nd Job Listing!

Atlanta Medical CenterClinical (RN) Staff Development Specialist Job

Atlanta Medical Center is looking for a new Clinical (RN) Staff Development Specialist to join their staff team. Atlanta Medical Center is the  employer of choice as well as a leader in healthcare. Atlanta Medical Center has been rising up to meet the healthcare needs of the Atlanta community and delivering exceptional patient care since 1901. To learn more about the position and to apply click here  Apply Online

Donate to Mercy Housing Today!Assistant Manager

Mercy Housing is in seeking an Assists the Property Manager in the day-to-day operation of the property; assumes leadership and initiative in the absence of the Property Manager.  Collaborates with site team and residents to create and strengthen a healthy community, facilitate on-site communication, and monitor property goals. To learn more and apply click here

AARP promotes and supports volunteerism among its membershipAssistant State Director- Community Outreach Job

Here your chance to action in Atlanta and through out Georgia! AARP  is seeking an Assistant State Director for Property Manager you will organize membership and volunteer groups to engage in activities related to priorities in the state including economic security, health care, and consumer issues, as well as legislative and issue advocacy campaigns. To learn more and apply click here to apply 



Pre-Memorial Day Weekend Grants





RGK Foundation Grant Program

Looking for grants in the areas of education, community and health/medical well apply to RGK foundation. This grant is for nonprofits only,  find out how to apply, eligibility and limitations! to apply.

Dr. Randall Oates of SOAPware and his administrative assistant Fay Sanford access an Electronic Health Record on a tablet computer.Strengthening Communities Fund 

Strengthening Communities Fund is a Non-Profit Capacity-Building Program and State, Local, and Tribal Government Capacity-Building Program that helps rebuild communities that are  severely affected by the economic downturn. For more details and to apply click here  http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ocs/scf/index.html


Target Grants

teacher interacting with studentsTarget is offering grants for education, the arts, public safety these are just a few of the areas  that Target support through their grants programs. Find out more and apply https://corporate.target.com/corporate-responsibility/grants

Grant Station 

Use GrantStation to get Housing & Community Development Grants. GrantStation is $75/yr. for G-STAND members

 nonmember rate – $699/yr. To Apply  Click here

SCANDAL Ended Yesterday, Start Volunteering Today!

Weekly Saturday Projects
TREES ATLANTA is seeking volunteers to assist with their Native Grass Planting along the Atlanta Beltline Arboretum Meadow on the Eastside Trail. Volunteering is from 9am to 12pm. To learn more or to rsvp for this opportunity click here
Atlanta Community Food Bank is  seeking volunteers to assist with events, product rescue center, hunger advocacy and much more. To learn more about the opportunities and sign up to volunteer click here 
Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency is seeking to volunteers to assist with Cafe 458 (cooking, serving food & administrative support), Career Works (employment readiness program) and Special Committees. To learn more and sign up to volunteer click here

Week of May 15th Job Listings

Hospitalist Job in Vermont

Job Code: 34826273
Job Location: Atlanta, GA
Category: Physicians – Hospitalist
Last Updated: 04/23/2013
Pediatric job in Atlanta, GA. A community clinic in Atlanta that provides affordable, accessible, quality primary care services to ethnically diverse patients and their families is in need of a locums Pediatrician for coverage for approximately 3 months. Must be BC/BE and licensed in GA. Excellent remuneration!! This is an immediate need so please call me ASAP!! If interested please contact;
Carol Holley, 866-311-6527 or carol.holley@soliant.com.When working with Soliant we provide:
Housing and Travel
Med Mal Practice Insurance
Weekly Pay

New Stadium

Job Opportunities 

Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Powered by NEOGOV
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Creating Your Employment Application

AY Program Director 1–Day Camp/After School

Location: Alpharetta
Pay range: $32,500 – $39,450
Job Code: DIR200
# of openings: 1


YMCA Branch: Ed Isakson/Alpharetta Family YMCA

Supervisor: Senior Program Director


General Function:

Under the direction of the Senior Program Director, the Day Camp/After School Director will develop, organize, administer and evaluate all day camp, after school, and other related programs. This position must perform program responsibilities in accordance with the policies, goals, mission VALUES and objectives established by the YMCA of Metropolitan Atlanta. Emphasis will also be placed on the development and/or expansion of current/future programs off-site programs. This position will have other major responsibilities in addition to day camp & after school to include: financial development, community collaborations, and branch based initiatives as assigned.



Apply online: press “Apply for this Position” or “Add to My Jobs” button below

Contact Phone: No Phone Calls Please


Pre-Mother’s Day Weekend Edition

Morehouse School of Medicine is Seeking A Community Health Educator to perform the following duties:

  • Collaborates with health specialists, community and civic groups to determine community health needs and the availability of services, and to develop goals for meeting needs.
  • Designs and conducts evaluations and diagnostic studies to assess the quality and performance of health education.
  • Develops and presents health education and promotion programs such as training workshops, conferences, and school or community presentations.
  • Develops, conducts, or coordinates health needs assessments and other public health surveys.
  • Provides guidance to agencies and organizations in the assessment of health education needs, and in the development and delivery of health education programs.
  • Develops and maintains cooperative working relationships with agencies and organizations interested in public health care.
  • Develops, prepares, and coordinates grant applications and grant-related activities to obtain funding for health education programs and related work.

To learn more and to apply click here

Points of Light (POL)  is Seeking a Program Coordinator, Disaster Recovery-Temporary Full Time (up to 9 months)

Position Summary: Points of Light is looking for a highly organized program coordinator to support the organization’s Hurricane Sandy Recovery program. The ideal candidate will have experience managing projects and programs for nonprofits in the disaster response and recovery arena. The Program coordinator will be responsible for managing our HandsOn Network affiliate sub-grant program including but not limited to; grant reporting, story collection from affiliates, regional reporting, communication with affiliates, managing social media related to recovery and managing updates on website related to Sandy recovery.

Key Responsibilities:
Manage sub-grant program with HandsOn Network affiliates in Sandy impacted region

Complete all reporting for National grants related to sub-grant program

Update Points of Lights Disaster Services online presence on a regular basis related to Hurricane Sandy recovery

Coordinate with Marketing and Communications team to have Hurricane Sandy recovery highlighted in various organizational communication outlets

Manage day-to-day operational aspects of grants program including; capturing data from field, tracking dollars and activities, and all compliance related to grant agreements

Attend HandsOn Network national disaster committee calls

Manage the logistics related to the disaster track workshops including the Sandy Summit offered during at the 2013 National Conference on Volunteering and Service

to learn more and to apply, click here

Week of May 7, 2013

What is a Do Something Seed Grant?:

Are you working to start a community action project or program? Do you need money to put your ideas into action? If you answered, “YES!”, you are eligible to apply for a Do Something Seed Grant. They give out a $500 Do Something every week to help young people just like YOU!

These grants can be used towards project ideas and programs that are just getting started, or to jump-start your program and realize your ideas for the first time. These grants can also be used towards projects that are already developed and sustainable, towards the next steps of your project and organization to help you as you look to expand your project and grow your impact.

For more details and to apply Do Something.org

grants for human services programs

Cracker Barrel Foundation seeks to strengthen and preserve community by supporting programs in the areas of education, human services, cultural affairs and the environment. Special consideration is given to programs that address children, youth and family issues, and emphasize traditional values such as hard work, education and self-reliance.

Eligibility: Interested applicants must have a Cracker Barrel location in their community. For more details and to apply Cracker Barrel Foundation

The mission of the Georgia-Pacific foundation is anchored in our company’s core business philosophy. We believe that for a business to survive and prosper, it must develop and use its capabilities to create sustainable value for both its customers and society. Thus, the purpose of the Foundation is to help create and fund those programs and initiatives that add value to, and measurably improve, the quality of life within the communities where Georgia-Pacific operates and where employees live.

The Foundation believes that it is not enough to simply support worthy causes. We are firmly committed to using our resources in ways that strengthen the communities where we live and work.We believe that self-reliance and economic fortitude are indispensable components of vibrant communities. Therefore, the Foundation invests our resources primarily in four key areas (the Four E’s) that help create and sustain strong communities: Education, Environment, Entrepreneurship and community Enrichment.

For more details and to apply Georgia Pacific Foundation

Fiesta Atlanta Edition

Girl Talk is seeking volunteers in the following areas

  • High school girls to start a Chapter
  • Middle school girls to be a part of a Chapter
  • School administrators, teachers or counselors to advise a Chapter
  • Moms to help out a Girl Talk Chapter by providing transportation and/or snacks
  • Professionals to speak to a Girl Talk Chapter on various topics such as careers, staying healthy, confidence-building, etc.
  • Individual or corporate contributors who want to Support Girl Talk
  • Volunteers/interns at the Girl Talk headquarters in Atlanta, GA
  • Computer research on local schools and organizations (and their leaders) with whom we should conduct outreach about Girl Talk; if you’ve got a computer and would like to help with some of our research projects, we’d love to have you!
  • Local media to help spread the word about our free program
  • Attention female college students!

For more details and to sign up to volunteer visit http://mygirltalk.org/SupportGirlTalk/Volunteer.aspx