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7 July 2015

What’s Good This July?

Beat (or Embrace) the Heat This Summer by Doing Good in ATL!

We’re back with our monthly “What’s GOOD?” series, giving you a rundown of other volunteer opportunities besides our regularly scheduled events. If you’re missing a Community Bucket event this July, or if you just need more volunteering in your life, we’ve got you covered. All you need to do is contact the organization or show up (details for each are included below). You can even invite other CB-ers to go with you, but you don’t need to register through us to attend.

Questions? Have an event you’d like to feature next month? Contact and we’ll gladly give it a shout out right here!

Here’s our pick for fun ways to do more good this July:

Volunteer Events

Open Hand

  • What: Packing meals
  • When:
    • 9 am – 12, Sunday July 5
    • 9 am – 12, Saturday July 18
    • 1 pm – 3 pm, Sunday July 26
  • Where: 181 Armour Dr NE, Atlanta GA 30324
  • More Info: Sign up online here or call 404-872-2707 to volunteer

Mad Housers

  • What: Building huts for folks who are homeless
  • When:
    • 9 am – 1 pm, Saturday July 11
    • 9 am – 1 pm, Sunday July 26
  • Where: Warehouse behind the house at 2175 Worthern Ave #B, Atlanta GA 30311
  • Plan Ahead: Wear dirty-able clothes, long pants, and closed-toe shoes
  • Learn More: calendar and directions
  • Questions: E-mail

Global Growers

  • What: Urban gardening with Atlanta’s refugee population
  • When: Thursdays and Saturdays at 10 am
  • Where: Rotating farms around Atlanta
  • Learn More & Sign Up: here

Social Events, Races, & Fundraisers


  • What: A comedic roast of the great city of Atlanta @ 7 Stages Theater
  • When: Saturday, July 18th
  • Details: Comedians, local celebrities, nonprofits and young change-makers gather to poke fun at ATL and pick up where Sherman left off… Tickets are only $22, and the proceeds benefit the local Atlanta Global Shapers
  • Learn More: Check out the Facebook Event or Ticket Page

Global Growers

  • What: Fundraising Night at Chai Pani
  • When: Dinner, July 21
  • Details: 15% of sales will be donated to Global Growers
  • Learn More: more to come on their FB page

Community Bucket Back to School Drive

Community Bucket & Midtown Assistance Center

  • What: School supply drive to benefit Atlanta Public Schools children whose families receive assistance through Midtown Assistance Center
  • When: Now through July 26
  • Where: Bring your donation to a Community Bucket event or email to schedule a time for drop-off.
  • Learn More: here

Anything helps, and we appreciate your generosity to help Atlanta’s kids have a better school year!

20 September 2014

We’re changing things up… from GOOD to GREAT!

As part of Community Bucket’s ongoing evolution, we always strive to try new ideas and improve our model to become the absolute best we can be. Well, the next phase in that evolution is here. We recently sent out the announcement email below to all of our supporters in Atlanta, and we want to share it here. Here’s to going from GOOD to GREAT!

Have questions or ideas about this? You can always email and we’d love to hear from you. Feedback from the community is what keeps us going and growing!

Good morning Atlanta, 

We are excited to announce a big change coming to Community Bucket this Fall. Starting with our October Month of Good, our events will be free for all individual volunteers. That’s right, free. We strive to give you all a better way to meet new people and do good, and we have finally reached a point in our growth that we can offer these experiences for free.

We will still do what we do best – fostering a genuine sense of community through impactful and enjoyable volunteer events. However, this change will help us further our mission of Service Made Social to accomplish a lot more good in the community. As we continue to expand our footprint in Atlanta, we also will remain focused on growing our corporate event offerings, which is another important side to our business.

As many of you know, the first two years of our growth has been focused on doing good things. We are confident that in this next phase of Community Bucket, we will be able do great things! Of course, we look forward to having your support and involvement along the way.

Thanks, and we hope to see you at an event soon.

– The Community Bucket Team

25 August 2014

More Good Mondays – Cyclin’ for the City

Kick your week into high gear – don’t spend another night wondering what to do; instead, go into our community and do good with others! Just to make things easier, we have found three events this week that we think are worthy of a CBers time. Here they are:

1. A green utopia in the ATL? You found it.

Sustainable Lakewood/S.E.E.D. Open House Wednesday, August 27th from 7 to 9 pm; South Atlanta Marketplace/Community Grounds – 1297 Jonesboro Rd. SE, Atlanta, GA 30315. Imagine a sustainable utopia and that is where the Lakewood community is heading. Don’t miss out on the chance to learn about a better way of community planning and living while enjoying music and food in SW Atlanta. This event is perfect for those interested in sustainable design, law, education, marketing, accounting, and more.

2. Porch Parties beat parking-lot parties every day of the week

Strummin’ on the Porch Thursday, August 28th from 6 to 8pm; Rhodes Hall – 1516 Peachtree Street, NW, Atlanta, GA. Take time to Reclaim, Restore, & Revitalize yourself at the renovated, sustainable Rhodes Hall!  Enjoy a free concert on the porch by She N She in support of the Georgia Trust and the Atlanta History Center. If porch parties don’t say summer in Atlanta, then we don’t know what does.

3. Choose your distance and ride for ATL

One Love Century Ride. Saturday, August 30 at 8am (Registration starts at 6:45am). 3310 Stonewall Tell Road Atlanta, GA. You don’t have to be a cyclist for this event, but it definitely can’t hurt. Join 700 of your fellow Atlantans to ride through South Fulton as part of the city’s best charity bike ride, hands down. The courses range from 16-101 miles, so there really is something for everyone. Cross the finish line and stay for the party afterward with a live DJ, Jamaican food, and more! All proceeds benefit WeCycleAtlanta.

Discover something new in Atlanta, or do what you already love. Either way, make it count. 

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