Generous members of the Atlanta community make possible our programs for children and adults with and without disabilities through financial and volunteer support.
Do you have a corporate, church, neighborhood, or other group looking to make a lasting impact? Let us know! Volunteers play an essential role in making our inclusive community thrive. Each year nearly 250 volunteers help the Frazer Center in various capacities. Our most pressing needs for volunteers can be found around facilities and grounds, at special events, and in skilled volunteers who are willing to use their talents to further our mission.
We’re happy to work with groups (4-30 people) to design a fulfilling volunteer day. Frazer is located on 39 acres of forest, so large groups typically engage in projects around our grounds and facilities like painting, landscaping, trail maintenance, and forest upkeep, among other projects. We can also work with large groups to organize program-specific activities like read-a-thons, themed days, and skill lessons taught by volunteers.
Thank you so much for your interest in helping our community grow!
Friends of Frazer Forest!
The Frazer Center is happy to continue our three-year partnership with Trees Atlanta, a nationally recognized nonprofit that protects and improves Atlanta’s urban forest by planting, conserving, and educating.
Together, we’re creating a group of dedicated volunteers for a Forest Restoration Project in the Frazer Forest. The experts at Trees Atlanta train and educate volunteers at quarterly forest work days in an effort to create an organized and dedicated team that will sustain our beautiful urban forest for years to come!