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Be A Volunteer This Thanksgiving Season In Coastal Georgia (2018).

Thanksgiving is a beautiful season. We give thanks to our friends, family, colleagues, and everyone around us for their support in our daily lives. The Thanksgiving Season has transformed to be a season of blessings and goodwill, and we use it as a reflection to understand how lucky we are. Although the history of Thanksgiving is a little different to what it is considered to be today, you can always plan to be a volunteer during this season and give back to your community! Here are some volunteer opportunities in the Coastal Georgia area that you can participate in, to give back and help someone in need.

  • Sign up for Thanksgiving Meal shifts with Union Mission

Union Mission exists to prevent and end homelessness in the greater Savannah area. For Thanksgiving, they have three shifts you can sign up to share meals and assist the organization with other basic tasks. On November 21, 2018, you can contribute your time to the Union Mission. For more information about the project, visit our projects portal.

  • Donate Scarves and Gloves to Salvation Scarves

Salvation Scarves is a project organized by a group of individuals. They are collecting yarn, knitted scarves, knitted gloves, and knitted hats in order to donate them to homeless people living in Atlanta. If you’re in the Coastal area, you can easily drop them off at the point of collection. The group will be going to Atlanta this Thanksgiving. For more information about the project, visit our projects portal. 

  • Volunteer with Heroes on Horseback

Heroes on Horseback enriches our community and the lives of individuals with special needs by providing equine assisted activities and therapy in an effective, compassionate environment. You have multiple volunteer opportunities with them including being a volunteer at a class, in the barn, or helping them with basic administrative work. For more information about the project, visit our projects portal. 

  • Volunteer At the Second Harvest Food Bank

Second Harvest serves as the food safety net for tens of thousands of children, senior citizens, low-income families, and people with disabilities who are at risk for hunger throughout Southern Georgia. You can contact their Savannah or Brunswick office and plan a volunteer trip there. For more information about the project, visit our projects portal. 

  • Organize a Food Drive for Second Harvest Food Bank

Every year members of the community come together to collect food to donate to America’s Second Harvest. These donations support their programs and help them to feed hungry neighbors here in Coastal Georgia. You, too, can help support them on their mission to end hunger by hosting a food drive. For more information about the project, visit our projects portal. 

  • Donate Your Hair to Cancer Patients With Pantene

Pantene Beautiful Lengths has been proud to partner with both the American and Canadian Cancer Societies to provide free, real-hair wigs to women living with cancer since 2006. You can donate your hair to someone in need to make their lives colorful this Thanksgiving season. For more information about the project, visit our projects portal. 

If you have information about more projects taking place during the Thanksgiving Season in Coastal Georgia, let us know. Keep your eyes locked in this space because this is a developing story. If you volunteer during the Thanksgiving Season, don’t forget to share on social media and tag us!

For more information about Thanksgiving Volunteer opportunities in other areas in the United States, visit VolunteerMatch.

**This is a developing story**

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