Every day, we dream of a world where everyone belongs. Use your gifts to help us create it. Our L’Arche Atlanta community gives witness to the beauty and impact of meaningful relationships amongst people with and without disabilities. Our volunteers are crucial to our success.
Ways to Volunteer
Share your hobby with us. Hobbies create wonderful opportunities for belonging. If you have one or two free moments during the month, we welcome you to share your hobby with one of our core members. Whether thrift store shopping, bowling, or even walking, there’s a good chance someone at the L’Arche Atlanta house shares the same interest.
Join us for a meal. Love cooking? We invite you to share a home-cooked dinner with our house. We deeply appreciate our monthly cooks — and the joy of welcoming them to our table.
Build community with us. Our community events extend our mission beyond our home to the many families in Atlanta that include adults with disabilities. Want to help create a place of welcome for these families? We always need help with set-up, hosting, and clean-up at our events.
Practice housekeeping. With seven people living together, keeping our L’Arche Atlanta house clean takes a lot of work! Lend a hand to tidy up our living spaces, and to creating a welcoming space where everyone belongs. Cleaning supplies provided.
Garden with us. Have a passion for plants? Us too! We recently acquired four garden beds, and would love to work alongside you to maintain them.
Put your organizational skills to work. If organizational and historian duties are your passion, we have the perfect opportunity for you! Our office is a hub for a range of responsibilities — such as arranging mementos, writing thank you notes, and stuffing envelopes. Work behind-the-scenes to help others belong.
Offer a specialized skill. Over the years, we’ve found that specialized skills can be key to helping others belong. From serving on a Board of directors to capturing photographs to making electrical repairs, we invite you to inquire about how your skill could advance our mission.
For more information, contact Megan Denton, Communications & Development Manager.