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2022 AAH! health event: blood drive & cpr training 

Partnering with the American Red Cross, we held our annual blood drive. With 32 donors, the event can contribute to saving the lives of up to 96 people. Thank you to those who contributed to addressing today's significant blood supply shortage!

There is currently an extreme shortage of blood needed for lifesaving transfusions, and the Red Cross is crucial in solving this issue. Even one donation can save up to three lives. A blood transfusion is needed every two seconds, and there is never enough supply to meet demand. 

Cards for kids event

Cardz For Kidz is a global non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, smiles, and encouragement to children, families, seniors, and veterans in hospitals, schools, and senior living. To support their mission, AAH held a card making event with students, parents, and others, making over 140 cards with 60 volunteers. A big thank you to everyone who supported us!

Organized by Elly Kang (co-founder) and Medha Gunda (Alpharetta Local Chapter head and Community Outreach Director)

american cancer society:
making strides against breast cancer

American Assimilation Helpline! Inc. took part in American Cancer Society's breast cancer event in Atlantic City. We can't wait to be involved in more initiatives to take more steps towards a cure for a cancer!

ADOPT-A-MILE PROGRAM (Cobb County Govt.)

American Assimilation Helpline! Inc. has been a proud supporter of the Cobb County Keep Cobb Beautiful Adopt-A-Mile program. AAH! has officially adopted about a mile of Indian Hills Parkway, Marietta GA-30068. Clean-ups are held at every quarter first Sunday.  It’s not glamorous work, but it’s great to see our neighborhood clean and neat. And each time we clean up our mile, there seems to be less trash to collect, so we are confident that we are making a difference. AAH! Adopt a mile program is an excellent way for groups to work together to keep Cobb beautiful. Cobb County has been reputed as one of the most attractive communities in the Southeast. Let’s preserve this attribute!

What to Expect

  • Usually, it takes less than an hour for volunteers to pick up the trash that has accumulated and collect the orange bags in a central location for the county to pick up.

  • Bags, latex gloves, and safety vests are provided.

  • Covid-19 precautions are observed! We provide masks and we keep our distance.

  • Wear sturdy shoes or boots and bring gloves if you’d rather not use the latex gloves we provide.

  • Children under 13 are not allowed on the cleanups for safety reasons. Children 13 and over must be accompanied by an adult.

My name is Amelie Woods and I'm a junior at Walton High School in Marietta, Georgia. I joined AAH in 2017 because I really like helping kids. I'm in the graphic arts program at my school so I'm very creative and good with art. I'm in my third year of French and I love all subjects. I am also a Senior Girl Scout I've been doing it for 10 years. I've earned my Silver Award and I'm on my way to earning my Gold Award. In middle school I was the president of the National Honors Art Society and participated in creating three large educational art installations. I played the viola for 3 years as well as the piano. I am a photographer as well as a cinematographer, I love taking landscape and scenic photography with my drone. I am a figure skater and a sailor. I love fashion, art, hiking, traveling, adventure, sports, and much more. 

I am a senior at Kennesaw University in Georgia and study mechanical engineering.

I have been teaching at AAH since 2017.

I'm an aspiring engineer and am glad to be helping kids build their math and science skills that got me to where I am now. Few things are as fulfilling as seeing the students I teach become more proficient after each meeting.

-has taken/is taking 11 AP classes

-earned an academic letter

STEM Engineering Program:

-classes in design, computer science, engineering principles, aerospace engineering, and a senior capstone project.

-Officer of Walton's Science Olympiad team:

-competed for four years at the regional and State level

-Competed and placed in several testing events: chem lab, fossils, circuit lab, thermodynamics, write-it do-it, and astronomy.

-has won many medals in build events: robot arm, hovercraft, and mission possible (3 firsts at invitationals and regoinals, multiple medals at state)