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New American Pathways- Dec 14
Dec
14
4:30 PM16:30

New American Pathways- Dec 14

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Volunteers to assist 
  • Volunteer to write a blog post about the event
  • Volunteer to take photographs at the event
  • Financial sponsorship for the event - Click below to sponsor this event! 
I want to help

THE PROJECT:

Julie McKevitt will be leading this event- serving 30 middle and high school students, ages 11-18 at the New American Pathways after-school program at the International Student Center. 

THE ORGANIZATION:

New American Pathways is a refugee resettlement organization, providing refugees and immigrants services from arrival in the country through 5 years or citizenship. They offer a continuum of services to their clients in order to best serve them along the cultural adjustment journey in the United States. They offer the following services: resettlement, employment, immigration, Parents as Teachers, school liaison, and after-school services. They have 4 after-school programs for elementary and middle school refugee students. These students are K-8, and most have been in the country for less than 5 years. Their students have a variety of backgrounds, and there is not one explanation that could encompass them all.

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New American Pathways
Apr
25
4:30 PM16:30

New American Pathways

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Volunteers to assist 
  • Volunteer to write a blog post about the event
  • Volunteer to take photographs at the event
  • Financial sponsorship for the event - Click below to sponsor this event! 
I want to help!

THE PROJECT:

Paint Love artist  and children's book author Lisa Stauffer will be leading this event ( creating journals)- serving 30 middle and high school students, ages 11-18 at the New American Pathways after school program at the International Student Center in Decatur. 

THE ORGANIZATION:

New American Pathways is a refugee resettlement organization, providing refugees and immigrants services from arrival in the country through 5 years or citizenship. They offer a continuum of services to their clients in order to best serve them along the cultural adjustment journey in the United States. They offer the following services: resettlement, employment, immigration, Parents as Teachers, school liaison, and after school services. They have 4 after school programs for elementary and middle school refugee students. These students are K-8, and most have been in the country for less than 5 years. Their students have a variety of backgrounds, and there is not one explanation that could encompass them all.

SOUND LIKE FUN? JOIN US! 

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New American Pathways- International Student Center
Apr
17
4:30 PM16:30

New American Pathways- International Student Center

  • 3318 Midway Road Decatur, GA, 30032 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Volunteers to assist 
  • Volunteer to write a blog post about the event
  • Volunteer to take photographs at the event
  • Financial sponsorship for the event - Click below to sponsor this event! 
I want to help!

THE PROJECT:

Paint Love artist Penny Treese will be leading this event- serving 30 middle and high school students, ages 11-18 at the New American Pathways after school program at the International Student Center. 

THE ORGANIZATION:

New American Pathways is a refugee resettlement organization, providing refugees and immigrants services from arrival in the country through 5 years or citizenship. They offer a continuum of services to their clients in order to best serve them along the cultural adjustment journey in the United States. They offer the following services: resettlement, employment, immigration, Parents as Teachers, school liaison, and after school services. They have 4 after school programs for elementary and middle school refugee students. These students are K-8, and most have been in the country for less than 5 years. Their students have a variety of backgrounds, and there is not one explanation that could encompass them all.

SOUND LIKE FUN? JOIN US! 

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Kate's Club- April Session 2
Apr
15
12:00 PM12:00

Kate's Club- April Session 2

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Volunteers to assist 
  • Volunteer to write a blog post 
  • Volunteer to take photographs
  • A financial sponsor - Click below if you can help bring this project to the kids at Kate's Club: 
I want to make this happen!

THE PROJECT:

This session will serve kids ages 9-12 years old. Theme: “If my tears could talk, they would say…”- giving voice to sadness, creating safety to feel sad, outlets to express grief uniquely. We will be joined by The Creative Project artist, Shanequa Gay, who will lead this activity. 

Process Goals:
C1. Accept reality of loss
C2. Process pain of grief (tell story)

THE ORGANIZATION:

Kate's Club's mission is to empower children and teens facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. Paint Love with partnering with The Creative Project to make this event happen!

We need your help! LET US KNOW you're in. 

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Georgia Center for Child Advocacy/ Fulton- ages 5-11
Apr
6
4:00 PM16:00

Georgia Center for Child Advocacy/ Fulton- ages 5-11

  • 1485 Woodland Ave., SE, Atlanta, GA 30316 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Volunteers to help out
  • Volunteer to blog about the event
  • Financial sponsorship of this event.  Click below if you can help make this event happen:
I want to help!

THE PROJECT: 

This project will be at the DeKalb County location and serve kids ages 5-11 who attend counseling at the Center. Awesome artist Samantha Muntz will be leading this event! 

THE ORGANIZATION:

The Georgia Center for Child Advocacy serves children and their families when there are allegations of child abuse, neglect, or when children are witnesses to violence. They help various agencies such as law enforcement, DFCS, and the DA's office coordinate services for children and families by providing forensic interviews for children, hosting multi-disciplinary team meetings to share information, and providing therapy for children and adolescents ages 3-17 when the abuse or neglect has been substantiated. 

*Due to the population of the students served here, volunteers must go be over age 18 and trained as mandatory reporters- this process is an hour-long online training and brief quiz and that's it! We help you through the process.  

WANT TO JOIN? WE NEED YOU! LET US KNOW YOU'RE IN:  

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New American Pathways/ Elementary after school program
Feb
27
2:00 PM14:00

New American Pathways/ Elementary after school program

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Volunteers to assist 
  • Volunteer to write a blog post about the event
  • Volunteer to take photographs at the event
  • Financial sponsorship for the event - Click below to sponsor this event! 
I want to help!

THE PROJECT:

Paint Love artist Penny Treese will be leading this event- serving 25 K-3rd graders at the New American Pathways after school program at McLendon Elementary School in Decatur. 

THE ORGANIZATION:

New American Pathways is a refugee resettlement organization, providing refugees and immigrants services from arrival in the country through 5 years or citizenship. They offer a continuum of services to their clients in order to best serve them along the cultural adjustment journey in the United States. They offer the following services: resettlement, employment, immigration, Parents as Teachers, school liaison, and after school services. They have 4 after school programs for elementary and middle school refugee students. These students are K-8, and most have been in the country for less than 5 years. Their students have a variety of backgrounds, and there is not one explanation that could encompass them all.

SOUND LIKE FUN? Join us! 

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Georgia Center for Child Advocacy/ DeKalb- ages 5-11
Feb
20
3:30 PM15:30

Georgia Center for Child Advocacy/ DeKalb- ages 5-11

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Lead artist! (see lead artist opportunities above the calendar)
  • Volunteers to help out
  • Volunteer to blog about the event
  • Financial sponsorship of this event.  Click below if you can help make this event happen:
I want to help!

THE PROJECT: 

This project will be at the DeKalb County location and serve kids ages 5-11 who attend counseling at the Center. 

THE ORGANIZATION:

The Georgia Center for Child Advocacy serves children and their families when there are allegations of child abuse, neglect, or when children are witnesses to violence. They help various agencies such as law enforcement, DFCS, and the DA's office coordinate services for children and families by providing forensic interviews for children, hosting multi-disciplinary team meetings to share information, and providing therapy for children and adolescents ages 3-17 when the abuse or neglect has been substantiated. 

*Due to the population of the students served here, volunteers must go be over age 18 and trained as mandatory reporters- this process is an hour-long online training and brief quiz and that's it! We help you through the process.  

WANT TO JOIN? We need YOU! Let us know you're IN:  

Name *
Name
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Wilderness Works - City Camp - January 20
Jan
20
7:30 PM19:30

Wilderness Works - City Camp - January 20

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Volunteers to assist 
  • Volunteer to write a blog post about the event
  • Volunteer to take photographs at the event
  • Financial sponsorship for the event- click below to be a sponsor! 
Sponsor this event

THE PROJECT:

During school time months Wilderness Works provides chaperoned overnight stays in comfortable, child-friendly girls and boys dormitory buildings. Fridays are full of activities (one of which we will host as part of this project), while Saturdays are spent doing some kind of outdoorsy excursion. There will be 30-50 kids, ages 8-11 or in 3rd-5th grade. 

THE ORGANIZATION:

Wilderness Works provides at-risk children a place to find caring adults and fun activities that teach and reach. Their mission is to empower and enrich disadvantaged and at-risk children living in urban Atlanta with year-round experiential education, recreation and outdoor adventure. Wilderness Works is a youth development agency serving homeless and disadvantaged children living primarily in Dekalb and Fulton counties.

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Wilderness Works - City Camp - Sept. 16
Sep
16
7:30 PM19:30

Wilderness Works - City Camp - Sept. 16

CURRENT NEEDS:

  • Volunteers to assist 
  • Volunteer to write a blog post about the event
  • Volunteer to take photographs at the event
  • Financial sponsorship for the event - Click below to sponsor this event! 
Sponsor this event

THE PROJECT:

During school time months Wilderness Works provides chaperoned overnight stays in comfortable, child-friendly girls and boys dormitory buildings. Fridays are full of activities (one of which we will host as part of this project), while Saturdays are spent doing some kind of outdoorsy excursion. There will be 30-50 kids, ages 8-11 or in 3rd-5th grade. 

Paint Love artist superstar Miranda Kyle will be leading this activity! 

THE ORGANIZATION:

Wilderness Works provides at-risk children a place to find caring adults and fun activities that teach and reach. Their mission is to empower and enrich disadvantaged and at-risk children living in urban Atlanta with year-round experiential education, recreation and outdoor adventure. Wilderness Works is a youth development agency serving homeless and disadvantaged children living primarily in Dekalb and Fulton counties.

SOUND LIKE FUN?

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