“I spent volunteering my time and helping a family in need. It was one the most humbling experiences in my life and I cannot wait to go back the next three years,” said student Jasmine Bryant.
Construction management students from Gwinnett Tech also joined the group to help supervise the project.
The community can give back to the Atlanta Fuller center by volunteering, donating funds and in-kind donations such as building materials, landscape tools and more.
In the late 1980s, Wittenberg established a community service graduation requirement, now a college course, to create an awareness of the needs of others and to develop more compassionate human beings who are able to respond to these needs.
In other news: TAG Education Collaborative, the charitable arm of the Technology Association of Georgia, raised $137,265 for STEM education at its ninth annual Vine Event . Of the money raised, $22,500 will be used to purchase 45 computers for underserved high school students who will participate in one of TAG-Ed's two coding camps this summer: the Tino J. Mantella Coding Camp and the Atlanta Bridge Community Coding Camp funded by The Coca Cola Company.
Who’s doing good?Each Tuesday, we write about charity events such as fun-runs, volunteer projects and other community gatherings that benefit a good cause. To suggest an event for us to cover, contact Devika Rao at doing.goodAJC@gmail.com