(L-R): Tania Diaz with Safe Kids of Georgia-Gwinnett stands with Lynne Norton with the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, Nicole Love Hendrickson with Gwinnett Coalition for Health & Human Services, John M. Fletcher with St. Vincent de Paul Society, Brad Culp with Friends of Gwinnett County Seniors, Judy Carter and Scott Asher both with Wells Fargo during the Wells Fargo Days of Giving event held at the 1818 Club in Duluth.
LILBURN -- The Lilburn Cooperative Ministry needs help through collecting canned foods. To donate items, drop off canned goods at Killian Hill Christian School through Friday.
To help feed local families, 260 volunteers, 35 churches, 15 schools and multiple businesses are donating food and services.
To view a list of needed foods, visit www.lilburncoop.com.
Killian Hill Christian School is located at 151 Arcado Road Southwest, Lilburn.
Ministry holds community event
LAWRENCEVILLE -- A faith-based nonprofit organization has scheduled an event for the community that will feature a guest speaker, a full-course homestyle meal, massages, a freelance sketch artist and gift drawings.
Doors open at 2 p.m. Nov. 24 at McKendree United Methodist Church, 1570 Lawrenceville Suwanee Road, Lawrenceville.
Price of admission is $25. All proceeds will benefit Love in Action Outreach Ministries. To RSVP, call 404 513-5683.
Gwinnett groups honored in Days of Giving
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Twenty-five Gwinnett groups received $1,000 Days of Giving grants as the program exceeded $1 million in gifts across Georgia since 2009.
It's part of Georgia Gives Day, which is a collaboration of the Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN) in partnership with participating nonprofits, state agencies, corporations and businesses, associations, foundations and public relations and advertising firms.
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