P.O. Box 800035 Roswell, GA 30075

Help with Tools 4 School

Tools 4 School LogoTools 4 School is an annual back to school event that provides school supplies, haircuts, medical and dental screening to foster children and children in low income families. In addition, the children enjoy a fun afternoon with lunch, games, crafts and other fun activities. Each child is given the opportunity to “shop” for school supplies. The kids bring their school supply lists and go through our special school supply store set up with donations from the community. With your help, we can make this happen. Read below for some ways you can make a difference in the life of a child.

Tools 4 School
Saturday, August 9th
2PM (Volunteers needed from 1:30-5:30PM)
Christ UMC in Roswell

Make a Financial Contribution: We need financial donations for this event. Your donation will help hundreds of children in need get what they need to begin the school year. Your donation is also tax deductible.

Organize a School Supply Drive: Can you help collect school supplies from your neighbors, co-workers, friends/family, or on social media? We can use your help.

Donate School Supplies: School supplies can be dropped off at:

Neighbor Newspapers
10930 Crabapple Road,
Suite 9
Roswell, Georgia, 30075

Neighbor Newspapers
5290 Roswell Rd., N.W.
Suite M
Atlanta, Georgia 30342

Volunteer at the Event: Volunteers are needed to help at Tools 4 School. We need volunteers to help with everything from serving lunch, to directing parking, playing games with the kids, assisting with crafts, and more. We are also especially looking for medical/dental professionals and hair stylists to help make this event a success. Thank you for giving your time!

Volunteer from Home: Maybe you are not available on August 9th but could help from home prior to the event. We’re looking for volunteers to assist with data entry, phone calls, etc.

Help with Pick Ups:  Help pick up school supplies from collection boxes throughout the north metro Atlanta area during the month of July.

Video of Tools 4 School from a previous year.