We’re Starting the New Year Off Right

More than 25 Dedicated RentPath Gives Back volunteers used Art to make a Fresh Start for Veterans
December 19, 2018
Start the Year Off Right!
February 11, 2019
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Salt Lake City’s Sales Executives support Road Home Homeless Shelter

Salt Lake City SE’s assisted the Road Home Homeless Shelter with organizing and packing the shelter’s pop-up store and Candy Cane Corner so they will be ready to open next year for the Holiday Season. Candy Cane Corner is a place where homeless families can “shop” with their caseworker for clothing, toys, and home goods to have a true Christmas. In 2018, they were able to provide for more than 3,000 families.

Participants: Lynn Keyes, Beverly Stachowiak
Great Lakes District 4 Team Gives Back at the Cleveland Area Food Bank

The Great Lakes District 4 team volunteered at the Cleveland Area Food Bank, preparing meals for those in need around the holidays.

Participants: Justin Balogh, Amanda Dransfield, Melissa Dargis, Erin Catania, Nicole Swierczyk

You have 3 paid days to give back in 2019

https://www.rentpathgivesback.com/volunteer/

Day of Innovation- 2019

Use your ideas and talents to help create solutions to community problems!

This MLK Day, participate in a fun, collaborative and professionally-facilitated brainstorming competition, judged by several of Atlanta’s top leaders.

As a part of the 2019 RentPath Gives Back Day of Innovation team, you will work to develop innovative solutions for participating nonprofits who will present you with our communities’ most complex problems.

When: Monday, January 21, 2019 (this is a company holiday)
Time: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Where: United Way of Greater Atlanta 40 Courtland St NE, suite 300 Atlanta, GA 30303

Breakfast and lunch will be provided and all volunteers receive a t-shirt.

Winners earn bragging rights, a shout out on United Way social media channels and prizes!

Don’t miss out!


Sign up today!

Join the #BlanketsUnderTheBridgeChallenge

More than 7,000 homeless women, men and children sleep on the streets of Atlanta without the resources they need to stay warm this winter. Here’s how you can help:

When: We will be collecting new and gently used blankets and comforters until Friday, February 22nd
Where: Drop-off bins are located on the 25th, 26th, and 27th floors

Want to get involved? Text: H4H to 706-927-8698