Volunteer Drives and Projects
Gather your friends, co-workers, or fellow parishioners to support CCA
Consider partnering with friends and family to sponsor a volunteer drive or project such as a Book Bag Drive, Baby Shower for a Young Mom, Welcome Box for a Refugee Family, or a Chest of Drawers Project. Visit our Volunteer Drive page for more information and opportunities.
How do I Sign Up?
Thank you for your interest in volunteering! Catholic Charities Atlanta respects the contribution of volunteers at the same level as professional staff. Both are required to have appropriate clearances before interacting with clients. If you would like to volunteer for Catholic Charities Atlanta, take a moment to check out our volunteer opportunities, then attend an orientation, and submit your application. Please visit our Volunteer Application and Forms page for more detailed information.
- Development Intern
- English Language Instructor
- Refugee Family Friend
- Office Assistant
- “Strong Backs” for Refugees
- Christmas Connection Parish Coordinator
English Language Instructors Nancy and Claude Cox
Claude and Nancy Cox, both retired teachers, have been teaching Citizenship and English/Civics classes to adults participating in CCA’s English Language and Citizenship program for the past year. They were recently honored at Barbara B. Rose’s Volunteer of the Year Awards ceremony hosted by the Midtown Atlanta Rotary Club. This dedicated couple have regularly attended professional development workshops with Catholic Charities Atlanta and at the regional USCIS office in Atlanta. The expertise and enthusiasm they bring to our program is unparalleled. The Cox’s students have maintained the highest attendance and progress rates of all the students in our program. Every student in Claude’s class has either applied for or is ready to apply for naturalization. Dedicated volunteers like the Cox family are what help Catholic Charities Atlanta provide the much needed services in our community that remove barriers to self-sufficiency and wholeness.
Junior Good Samaritan Guild
The Junior Good Samaritan Guild (JGSG) was established to encourage young people to become involved in the work of Catholic Charities Atlanta (CCA). The Guild is open to any student (seventh graders and above) in both Catholic and non-Catholic schools. JGSG members are expected to participate in service programs provided by CCA and/or make some other commitment to learning about and telling others about how to nurture the less fortunate. This will extend the rich tradition these schools have in providing educational service opportunities to learn about the less fortunate and in offering service to the underprivileged and under served. Click HERE for more information.
New Volunteer Orientation
Catholic Charities volunteers serve clients and the community in a number of ways. Whether you’re an individual looking to lend a helping hand or a group seeking a service project you’ve come to the right place. Before volunteering, you will need to attend a new volunteer orientation.
Go to the Events Calendar to view the dates for the next new volunteer orientation.
Manager of Volunteer Resources