If you are looking for a meaningful and transformative way to give back and serve the local Atlanta community, consider volunteering with BCM!  We offer a variety of individual volunteer opportunities and projects that are incorporated throughout every aspect of our agency.

The first step to becoming a volunteer with BCM is to attend our Volunteer 101 Training. This training is mandatory for all volunteers to complete before serving. During the training you will learn about BCM’s programs and services, the community we serve, and ongoing volunteer needs.

To sign-up for a Volunteer 101 training session, click here .  When you sign-up for a session, you will be prompted to create a username and password to set-up a new volunteer account.  If you have trouble establishing your account, please email  [email protected] for assistance.

Emergency Assistance      

  • Helpline
  • Hospitality
  • Client Intake
  • Food Pantry – Live Packing
  • Data Entry

Buckhead THRIFTique

  • Customer Service/Shopping Specialist
  • Inventory Specialist
  • Donation Processing
  • Merchandising

Special Events

  • Tee it Up Golf Tournament

Budget for Life

  • Money Management Coach
  • Money Management Class Instructor
  • Career Path Coach

Administrative/Support Service

  • Receptionist

Skilled Based

  • Marketing/Communications
  • Technology
  • Retail Merchandising

Questions? Please contact Volunteer Relations at [email protected] or (404) 239-0058 x5.

Dear BCM Community:

As a faith-based organization that acts upon our shared belief that God loves us all equally, we must stay consistent with our values. We need hope, unity, and affirmation that we are all created equal by God.

Right now, BCM's Black staff, clients, colleagues, donors, board members, and Black church partners are asking whether their lives matter.

For BCM, Black lives matter. Our Black friends need us to stand up with them and support those words.

It is that simple.

In Solidarity,

Keeva Kase
President & CEO