As the old saying goes, “summer’s here and the living is easy” —or is it? For those nonprofits whose mission is to help those in our community facing serious challenges, their old saying goes something like this: “summer’s here and the living is brutal”
Helping leaders learn to lead is a big part of the curriculum in a new graduate program in Suwanee.
The Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett will now have an increase in its hours of operation. The Center is now open from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. two Thursday evenings per month in an effort to provide greater access to healthcare for the uninsured working citizens of Gwinnett County.
This month Good Samaritan Health Center in Lawrenceville celebrates its eighth year of providing low cost healthcare to the needy of Gwinnett County.
Want to make a difference in your community? Do you want to be a part of the nation’s largest two day volunteer event right here in Gwinnett County?
If you know of an opportunity for an adult with a developmental disability to make a meaningful community connection, please contact Janis Hunter at 770-963-8694, ext 21.
The CEO OF CETPA helps bring attention to April as Alcohol Awareness and Minority Health month.
Family Promise has created a silly way to address the serious issue of family homelessness in our county. We race beds around the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse in Lawrenceville each year in early spring.
The Gwinnett Coalition for Health & Human Services honors the national celebration of AmeriCorps Week, March 9-17, spotlighting the vital work done by AmeriCorps members in communities across Georgia since the national service program began 19 years ago.
The Hi-Hope Services Center will old its annual fundraising gala this Saturday at the Gwinnett Center.
Star Farrington honored for her work at the center.
The Hudgens Center for the Arts in Duluth is celebrating Black History Month with three new and exciting exhibits, sponsored by The Primerica Foundation. The exhibits will remain on display through March 9.
Covenant Counseling & Family Resource Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote healing and wholeness in the community through pastoral counseling, psychotherapy, education and consultation. Though we accept many major insurance plans we also offer fee assistance for those who might not be able to afford care.
GNLI is currently accepting nominations and applications. Application deadline is April 1.
Former Falcon Brian Finneran is honorary chairman of tourney, slated for Oct. 1 at St. Ives Country Club in Johns Creek.