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Project Information  DateContact
 Atlanta Life Chain  Join as us we pray with 100,000 people across the country in support of life.  1st weekend in October Campus Ministry will send details to student email for sign ups. 
 Blankets for Birthright  Help make fleece baby  blankets for mothers in unplanned pregnancies 2 times per school year Campus Ministry will send details to student email for sign ups.
 St. Pius X Supports Our Troops LettersWrite 5 Letters to the US Troops who are deployed over the holidays to thank them for their service October Campus Ministry will send details to student email for sign ups. 
 Dresden Christmas ProjectAdopt a family or student from Dresden Elementary school to support during the Christmas season October - December  SPX Mother's Club will provide information in SPX publications with directions on how to participate. 
Stockings for Soldiers Prepare Stockings to be sent to US Troops serving overseas at Christmas  October Mrs. Free will send details to student email for sign ups. 
Atlanta March for Life Pray and witness to the Culture of Life with St. Pius X and the Archdiocese of Atlanta January Campus Ministry will send details to student email for sign ups.  
D.C. National March for Life  Travel with St. Pius X to DC to pray and witness to the culture of life at the United States Capital January   Campus Ministry will send details to student email for sign ups.
 Pillows for Pam Make pillows that are used for patients receiving cancer treatments  January SPX Mother's Club will provide information in SPX publications with directions on how to participate.  
 Toiletries for the HomelessPrepare bags of toiletries to be given to the homeless of Atlanta    JanuarySPX Mother's Club will provide information in SPX publications with directions on how to participate.  
St. Pius X Spring Break Mission Trips Serve those in need in the United States, Jamaica, and Nicaragua Spring Break students are selected via application that is completed in August. Teams are selected in September. Preference is given to the upper grades.   

ProjectInformation DateContact

Product     Rescue Ctr.

Part of the Atlanta Food Bank, this project works in to sort and pack grocery donations. Shifts are 2-3 hrs long.

ongoinghttp://www.acfb.org/volunteer-sign-up 
St. Francis Food Table  Help prepare meals for those most in need in downtown Atlanta at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.  ongiong

Call 404-521-1866  

Project Open HandGo to the Project Open Hand website for the most updated information ongoing http://www.projectopenhand.org/s-vol-opportunitites.asp 
Hosea Feed the Hungry Serve meals to those most in need at Thanksgiving and Eastercheck dates http://4hosea.org 
Clyde's KitchenHelp prepare meals for the homeless ongoing

kitchenvolunteers@crossroadsatlanta.org 

Kids in NeedHelp provide low income students with needed school supplies through stocking their store.Ongoinghttp://www.acfb.org/volunteer-sign-up




 












Shepherd Center Athletic ProgramHelp with sports for young men & women who have suffered from Spinal Chord injuriesongiong404-350-7316
Northside Volunteen Programmust apply in Spring for following summerSummer

www.northside.com

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cancer HomeHelp provide care and relief for Cancer patients who otherwise couldn't afford healthcareongoing

www.olphhome.org

Ronald McDOnald HOuseProvide Meals and supplies for families in residence whose kids are in the hospitalongoing

www.rmnc.org

Camp Twin LakesPrograms available all year to serve kids with serious illness and life challengesongoing

www.camptwinlakes.org

TEEN Wings at St. Joseph HospitalCoat and blanket drive, assist with Mercy Care Health Fair, toy collection, organize events for Mercy Care Facilitiesongoing

678-843-7521

or see St. Joseph Hospital website

www.stjosephsatlanta.org



Special OlympicsVolunteer to help at the Special Olympics Games held at Emory University

May 30-June 1

* This will count towards next year's requirement

Leslie Anderson

(Click on her name to email her)

Newborns in Needhelp supply for the needs of poor and homeless newborn babiesongoingkidswhocare@newbornsinneed.org
Tony's Camp

Help persons with Disabilities at this weekend long camp in April sponsored by the Archdiocese

late April, early May. Students must apply in early winter to be considered

**This counts for the following year's service requirement

Ed McCoy

emccoy@archatl.com

    

P.A.T.H.

(Post Abortion Treatment and Healing Center )

Assist with office workongoing

404-717-5557

pathmcneil@earthlink.com

Global Soap Project

6901 Peachtree Industrial Blve, suite D, Norcross, GA 30092

Participate in the process of recycling used hotel soap to be sent to third world countries.

Monday and Tues. 1-5

Wed- Sat.- 9-5

volunteer@globalsoap.org

706-251-0271

American Red Cross

Preparing administrative materials to support people in need, consolidate comfort kits and packets, gather training supplies, data entry, moving boxes and supplies.

Tues.- Wed. 3:30-5:30 at the Metro Atlanta Chapter

1955 Monroe Dr. Atlanta

Thursday-3;30-5;30 at the

Decatur Office

3486 Covington Hwy, Decatur 30032

Contact:

Karl Hoetz 404-575-3757

khoerz@ARCATL.org

or Kari Sans

jakssans@comcast.net

Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation

This organization collects eyeglasses to sends to third world countries.

Responsibilities include:

Documenting and placing orders
Maintaining patient records
Submitting invoices
Cleaning eyeglasses
Mailing out eyeglasses

Creating eyeglass orders

Monday-Friday, 9-5

Groups can make special arrangements to work on Saturdays

www.lionslighthouse.org

Contact:

Peri Finch (He is an SPX alum)

pfinch@lionslighthouse.org

(W) 404-325-3630, ext. 328

(c) 404-783-1375


 

Shepherd Center Athletic Program Help with sports for young men & women who have suffered from Spinal Chord injuries ongiong 404-350-7316
Northside Volunteen Program must apply in Spring for following summer Summer

www.northside.com

 

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cancer Home Help provide care and relief for Cancer patients who otherwise couldn't afford healthcare ongoing

www.olphhome.org

 

Ronald McDOnald HOuse Provide Meals and supplies for families in residence whose kids are in the hospital ongoing

www.rmnc.org

 

Camp Twin Lakes Programs available all year to serve kids with serious illness and life challenges ongoing

www.camptwinlakes.org

 

 

TEEN Wings at St. Joseph Hospital Coat and blanket drive, assist with Mercy Care Health Fair, toy collection, organize events for Mercy Care Facilities ongoing

678-843-7521

or see St. Joseph Hospital website

www.stjosephsatlanta.org

 

Dresden Elementary School Library Help reshelve books on Monday or Thursday from 3:00-4:00. ongoing

Lupe McMurray

678-676-7202

.
Georgia Right to Life Help build a Culture of Life in Georgia ongoing www.grtl.org
Elaine Clark Center Center for disabled children ongoing

www.elaineclarkcenter.org

770-458-3251

 

Special Olympics Volunteer to help at the Special Olympics Games held at Emory University

May 30-June 1

* This will count towards next year's requirement

Leslie Anderson

(Click on her name to email her)

Newborns in Need help supply for the needs of poor and homeless newborn babies ongoing kidswhocare@newbornsinneed.org
Tony's Camp

Help persons with Disabilities at this weekend long camp in April sponsored by the Archdiocese

late April, early May. Students must apply in early winter to be considered

**This counts for the following year's service requirement

Ed McCoy

emccoy@archatl.com

 

 

P.A.T.H.

(Post Abortion Treatment and Healing Center )

Assist with office work ongoing

404-717-5557

pathmcneil@earthlink.com

Global Soap Project      

6901 Peachtree Industrial Blve, suite D, Norcross, GA 30092

Participate in the process of recycling  used hotel soap to be sent to third world countries.

Monday and Tues. 1-5

Wed- Sat.- 9-5   

volunteer@globalsoap.org

706-251-0271

American Red Cross   

Preparing administrative materials to support people in need, consolidate comfort kits and packets, gather training supplies, data entry, moving boxes and supplies.

 

 

Tues.- Wed. 3:30-5:30 at the Metro Atlanta Chapter   

1955 Monroe Dr. Atlanta

 

Thursday-3;30-5;30  at the

Decatur Office

3486 Covington Hwy, Decatur 30032

Contact:

Karl Hoetz  404-575-3757

khoerz@ARCATL.org

or Kari Sans

jakssans@comcast.net

 

 

Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation   

 This organization collects eyeglasses to sends to third world countries.

 

Responsibilities include:

Documenting and placing orders
Maintaining patient records
Submitting invoices
Cleaning eyeglasses
Mailing out eyeglasses

Creating eyeglass orders

 

 

Monday-Friday, 9-5

 

Groups can make special arrangements to work on Saturdays

www.lionslighthouse.org

 Contact:

 

Peri Finch (He is an SPX alum)

pfinch@lionslighthouse.org

(W) 404-325-3630, ext. 328

(c) 404-783-1375

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