Service Opportunity
Help in the Wellspring Living Gardens - April 24

The Atlanta Rotary Council Against Human Trafficking will be working together on Saturday, April 24 to beautify the gardens at Wellspring Living's Receiving Hope Center and needs our help. The Center is the first stop for some of the minor children rescued from human trafficking.

There are some new areas where we are planning to plant a butterfly garden, complete a fence-line beautification, and plant a ceremonial anniversary tree. We will also be sprucing up a previously planted area with a few plants and pine straw.

This event is for anyone over the age of 14. You will need to bring work gloves, a mask, a hat, and sun protection. If you have a rake and/or shovel, that would be helpful. Water will be supplied. We are hoping to have around 20 people. If we have that many, it should only take about three hours.

All participants will need to complete and submit this non-disclosure agreement/ liability waiver for Wellspring Living. This event will be a multi-club event organized by The Atlanta Rotary Council Against Human Trafficking. All clubs are encouraged to participate and, if possible, donate to offset the costs of the plant and landscape material.

If you are interested, please contact Paul Ray (RC of Alpharetta) at and let Louise Barden know you plan to attend.. Please include your name and Rotary Club.

The address of the facility will only be sent to those that have signed up. We need to keep the location of this facility as secure as possible.

Posted by Louise Barden
April 14, 2021


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