Students from schools in North Fulton and Forsyth held a kick-off rally at the for the Bring on the Rain Day of Service last night.
The project is part of Flood Student Missions.
Students have made a $20 donation to participate in a day of serving the community, marking the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday with service. More than 100 middle and high school students are expected to participate.
School chapters are set up in high schools to recruit and engage students to serve at local projects, to raise awareness about social injustices, and have “in house” projects to support work with community partners. Each chapter has a teacher sponsor, a chapter coordinator, and student leaders that oversee the chapter at each school.
School chapters include:
- (in development)
- CHEER Homeschool Group (in development)
- (in development)
Registration ended Friday, Jan. 13, and all are full. They include:
Street Reach – Outreach project to the homeless at Hurt and Woodruff Park. Students will be handing out snack bags and getting to know our friends on the streets * Downtown * Transportation provided
The Hope Store- Thrift store that exists to give back their proceeds to local youth organizations like flood, Student Venture, FCA, and more * Alpharetta
7 Bridges to Recovery- The Garden – Play with the children, fellowship with the women, and serve lunch at this Women and Children’s long-term shelter * Smyrna * Transportation provided
7 Bridges to Recovery- A Day in the Streets – Serve alongside other volunteers going under the bridges and to poverty stricken areas of Atlanta * Downtown * Transportation provided
7 Bridges to Recovery lunch preparation - Assist in making more than 300 meals to be handed out by other flood student volunteers the same day to homeless living under the bridges and underpasses * Alpharetta
- Assist with maintenance projects at this transitional housing program * Roswell.
Chestnut Ridge Nursing Home – Play Bingo and have an ice cream social with residents living in this nursing home * Cumming.
Another part of the Bring on the Rain: A Day of Service is a .