Thank you for considering Atlanta Mission as a place to share your time and skills! We believe that partners and volunteers play a vital role in our mission to end homelessness one friend at a time.
Women's and Children's Services
My Sister’s House, a 264-bed facility located at 921 Howell Mill Road, offers overnight shelter and residential discipleship programs for homeless individual women, as well as for women with children.
Volunteer opportunities include food service, reading with children, gardening, hosting a ladies night out, and much more. For more information, contact Don.Wilkinson@atlantamission.org.
The Atlanta Day Shelter, at 655 Ethel Street NW, provides daytime services for homeless mothers and their kids.
Volunteer opportunities include creative art with clients, sorting and organizing donations, special holiday events, and more. For a complete list of volunteer opportunities, click here. For more information, contact Don.Wilkinson@atlantamission.org.
The Shepherd’s Inn, located at 165 Ivan Allen Blvd. NW, serves as many as 450 homeless men every day, providing hot meals, showers, shelter, and more.
Volunteer opportunities include food service, receptionist, barber services, small group discussion leaders, and more. For a complete list of volunteer opportunities, click here. For more information, contact Peter.Flaaen@atlantamission.org.
The Potter’s House, located at 655 Potter’s House Road, Jefferson, GA (near Athens), is a residential discipleship program for more than 180 chemically addicted men. Services include therapeutic programs, GED training, computer literacy, and job training.
Volunteer opportunities are currently limited through early 2016, but please continue to check back!
Opportunities for Individuals
Once you’ve chosen a campus and area of interest from the list of service opportunities, please fill out the Online Volunteer Application, and read the Volunteer Guidelines at the bottom of the application.