Laws of Life Essay Contest Reviewers Needed; Help Request for Atlanta Mission's Race to End Homelessness
Laws of Life: Rotarian George Stewart is looking for volunteers to read the high school essays that have been submitted for this year's Rotary-sponsored Laws of Life essay contest. Reviews start next week. You can see the dates and sign up at https://georgialawsoflife.org/volunteer/. As a reminder, our weekly scholarship drawing raises money to sponsor this program.
Atlanta Mission's Race to End Homelessness: Rotarian Erica Brown is looking for volunteers and encouraging runners for the Atlanta Mission's Race to End Homelessness on February 22. There are thousands of men, women, and children in Metro Atlanta who face the perilous conditions of winter without a roof over their heads. Last year, Atlanta Mission served over 6,800 of these individuals. How can you help?
- You can join the “Race Crew” volunteers to help with day-of registration, packet pick-up, race course, finish line, and more.
- You can run the 5K race. If you do, your registration fee for the race will cover one night of warm, safe shelter, nutritious meals, job attainment services, counseling, and the opportunity to choose help for a homeless man, woman, or child in Atlanta this winter for someone who would otherwise spend the night in the cold, on the streets.
You can sign up as a volunteer or a runner at https://race.atlantamission.org/ - if you have questions, contact Erica at 404-632-8583.
Posted by Jackie Cuthbert
February 5, 2020