HOTC Day 2020 – One day. One community. One mission. Do Good!
Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor
Nothing can keep a good volunteer down! Despite current health concerns and safety guidelines, there are still plenty of ways individuals, families, and small groups can volunteer to make a positive difference in our community on HOTC Day.
This year, to accommodate health and safety concerns, we are offering a limited number of Traditional Volunteer Opportunities for smaller groups (25 or less) of volunteers at select outdoor sites.
If you, your family, or group would like to participate at an in-person/on-site project, please fill out the appropriate volunteer registration form and we will get back to you as an appropriate project site is available. Thank you for being a community of volunteers!
Traditional Volunteer Opportunities are limited, and subject to the most current health guidelines and restrictions. To participate in a Traditional Volunteer Opportunity, you must:
- Be willing and able to wear a mask and gloves when requested
- Physically distance
- Follow the most current health safety guidelines from the State of Georgia
- Be in good health and symptom free
- Be at least 12 years of age (all volunteers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
If you are not comfortable with or do not meet any of these requirements, please visit the Independent Volunteer Opportunities page for other project ideas.
Sign Up To Volunteer At A
Traditional (In-person/On-site) Volunteer Opportunity
At this time, due to current health concerns and restrictions, volunteers MUST be at least 12 to volunteer at a Traditional Project Site.
If you have volunteers under 12, please take a look at our Independent Volunteer Opportunities here.
We appreciate your understanding!