Gwinnett's Great Days of Service will take place Oct. 5 and 6, with projects both large and small.
Ari Russell, executive director of GUIDE, talks about prescription drug abuse being closer than you think in this edition of People Helping People.
Tom Vooris loves helping kids, and turned that passion into a full-time volunteer position after some financial good fortune allowed him to step away from the mortgage industry.
With spring in the air, Creative Enterprises, Inc. has many upcoming events, including its annual spring plant sale.
Holiday party to be held Dec. 17.
On Sept.23-25, families traveled from across the United States to join in celebration of a year of achievement at Annandale Village. Our annual Family Weekend was a tremendous success, highlighted by the Annandale Academy graduation ceremony, performances by our talented Villagers, opportunities for learning and sharing, and recognition of
Because of the success of previous days, Saturday will be another National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
For 20 years Rainbow Village has been assisting homeless families with children in our community to break the cycles of homelessness, poverty and domestic violence.
Volunteers needed for Gwinnett Great Days of Service, to be held Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
While recently attending the Licensed Professional Counselors Association conference in Savannah, my colleagues and I were asked to describe our respective organizations using only one word.
Hi-Hope Service Center provides vital support to individuals, their families and the surrounding community.
As part of its effort to preserve homeownership for more working families in Gwinnett County and metro Atlanta, The IMPACT! Group wants to remind homeowners of the warning signs of a loan modification scam and where to report scam artists, during National Homeownership Month.
Kenya Trotter didn’t know how she would be able to celebrate Christmas this year with her family.
An upcoming open mic night will benefit a planned emergency shelter for homeless women and children.
Each year, thousands of children enter and leave Georgia's foster care system. Many people are unaware of the issues surrounding these children's circumstances, the challenges they face and how they can get involved to make a difference.