Whether you partner with us as a donor, volunteer, or both, there is a place for you at Project Transformation. If you have a passion for helping children improve their literacy and develop a love of reading, there is definitely a place for you. In fact, we couldn’t do it without you! If you feel led to encourage and support the work of young adults in their service while discerning God’s call on their lives, we need your help.
Contact Diane Ward at email@example.com for more information about how you can connect with Project Transformation North Georgia!
Your gift means that children in our program will be nurtured by caring, young adults during the summer, and that college students will have opportunities to explore their gifts and passions through this program.
Consider making a monthly contribution!
You can also donate supplies from our Wish List.
There are numerous ways to connect and get involved with Project Transformation North Georgia. We are thankful for your support and dedication!
Dinners are a key part of community life for Project Transformation Interns during the summer! Sitting down for a shared meal and conversation is a great way to build relationships. We appreciate your gift of providing a meal for our interns and invite you to sit and share the meal with them if you are delivering it. Once programming begins, dinners will be every Sunday-Thursday @ 6pm. The location of our dinner is at Agnes Scott College.
Reading volunteers read one-on-one with children for 3, 40-minute rotations, Monday-Thursday. We appreciate any time you are able to spend reading with our kids, whether it is for one day, one week, or every week. If it is your first time volunteering, please arrive at 9:30am for orientation. If it is not your first time volunteering, please arrive at 9:45am. Volunteers will be done at approximately 12:00pm. We do need a current background check on file if you are working with our kids, which you can obtain through your church or we can run it for you, although we will ask for a $10 donation to cover the cost.
To learn more about the volunteer opportunities or if you have any questions, please contact Diane Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Transformation’s internships are for young adults who have completed at least their freshman year of college and are interested in serving others while exploring their calling. The program is designed to offer young adults a hands-on opportunity to build lasting relationships with underserved children and youth, live in intentional community, experience cultural and socio-economic diversity, and explore various careers in ministry and service. As a United Methodist-affiliated organization, we offer opportunities for young adults to grown in their faith journey and discern their calling during their service.
To apply to be an intern with Project Transformation North Georgia, click here.