Want to get involved, meet great people and make a difference? Become a 2019 Spring Benefit Volunteer! We have many different ways to get involved. Here is our current list of needs.
· 2 weeks prior – Volunteers for item donation pick-up
· Décor/Designers volunteers for centerpieces.
· 1-2 individuals to present 2 designs in February for approval.
Day before event:
· 4-6 Volunteers at the Roswell Office for Load In at 10am
· 4-6 volunteers at venue (Loews Midtown) for Load Out
· 4-6 volunteers at venue to start set-up
Day of Event
· 9am – 4-6 individuals to assist the décor design volunteers with assembling the centerpieces, table placement and clean-up
· 4-6 individuals at 9 am to assist staff with set-up of Live and Silent Auction Items
· 2 individuals at Noon(ish) to sit and watch over set-up for security purposes
· 4-6 individuals from 5-94-6 individuals from 8-close to assist with break-down/package of winners items, assist guests at checkout, load to their cars and help staff put remaining event items in secure location.
Day after Event
· 2-6 volunteers to help load out at venue
· 2-4 volunteers to help load out at Roswell Office
Originally founded in 1979, InCommunity, a 501(c)(3) non-profit
agency headquartered in Atlanta, was created to provide community-based
services and support to people with disabilities and their families. For more
than 40 years, InCommunity has been embracing the abilities in all of us,
building an outstanding reputation in Georgia for innovative programs and
willingness to take on challenging support situations for people in their
communities. Currently, InCommunity has more than 650 employees who provide all
levels of support in the community to people with a variety of needs; including
residential support, employment services, respite care, family support, in-home
care, and day programs. To date, InCommunity has provided support and service
to more than 10,000 Georgian community members. The mission of the
partner to enrich and sustain the lives of individuals who have developmental disabilities,
their families, and their communities”. The primary
diagnoses of those served by the organization include:
mild/moderate/severe/profound intellectual disability, autism, cerebral palsy
and Down syndrome. Many of the individuals supported have a significant
secondary disability including physical disabilities, psychiatric disabilities,
seizures, hearing or vision impairments.