Real Church for Real People. That's how Community Church of God in southwest Atlanta describes itself. With a…More commitment to community outreach, the church began a meal program in 1983 and provides a food pantry to the community. Overseas outreach includes Kenya, Nigeria and St. Kitts.
Community Church of God purchased the former Salvation Army Thrift Store adjacent to the property and renamed the building Volunteers in Community and Related Services (VICARS). VICARS serves as the site for weekly forums for the Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc. (CBC).
Rev. Michael A. Smith is senior pastor of the church, which is located at 850 Cascade Road.
Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia 2391 Benjamin E Mays Dr SW, Atlanta, GA30311 Improving the quality of life and fighting sickle cell and other abnormal hemoglobin diseases are the main missions of…More this foundation. Outreach includes screening, education and counseling. Special events for kids are scheduled, and volunteers are needed. Donations can be made online. A 24-hour helpline is available for those suffering with the disease.
American Red Cross 3645 Marketplace Blvd, Atlanta, GA30344 This American Red Cross location offers regional support for other Red Cross chapters. It is also a blood donation…More center. Please call the number provided for volunteer opportunities.
West End Seventh-Day Adventist Church 845 Lawton St SW, Atlanta, GA30310 Outreach ministry at West End Seventh-Day Adventist Church includes visits to nursing homes, ministry to the imprisoned…More and volunteer programs providing meals to the homeless. Established in 1983, the church first held services in Brown High School Auditorium in the West End community, according to the church's website.
Kimberly Elementary has been part of Cascade Heights for decades. It remains a community school where children…More receive an academic education as well as lessons in social development. The faculty and staff have implemented extracurricular programs and partnerships to mold Kimberly students into well-rounded citizens.
The school started a Fitness Club to help combat the problem of childhood obesity. In addition, students can participate in afterschool activities, such as boy scouts and a leadership program sponsored by the Kiwanis Club.
In order to help its students succeed even more, the school is recruiting additional volunteers to help mold and motivate students. The faculty seeks further partnerships and fundraising opportunities to help make the school a completely modern learning environment.