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Alpharetta

New Life Technology Group

1000 Union Center Drive, Suite A
Alpharetta, Georgia 30004
(404) 313-8215
Website

Lynn Robertson
Account Coordinator

Supplies Needed:

  • Laptops
  • Computers
  • Tablets
  • Cell phones

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Delivery Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

No Volunteers Needed

Mission:

We recycle electronics to keep them out of landfills, and donate refurbished laptops to students in need through our Computer for Kids Program.

Populations Served:

All communities through recycling. Children through our Computer for Kids Program.

Services Provided:

Electronics recycling

Refurbish laptops for students in need

Public Charity

Atlanta

Partnership Against Domestic Violence

P.O. Box 170225
Atlanta, GA 30317
(404) 870-9600
Website

Katie Turner
Volunteer Coordinator

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf-stable food
  • Personal care items
  • Children’s diapers (size 4, 5, 6)
  • Cleaning supplies

The Details:

This organization cannot pick up collected items, a delivery must be made.
Delivery Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

No Volunteers Needed

Mission:

The mission of Partnership Against Domestic Violence is to end the crime of intimate partner violence and empower its survivors. Our vision is a community free of domestic violence.

Populations Served:

Women, children, men, teens — we serve individuals and families in the Georgia/Atlanta metro area and Gwinnett county that are seeking to reclaim their lives after experiencing intimate partner violence. We do not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, etc.

Services Provided:

Emergency Safe Houses PADV operates two emergency safe houses, in Fulton and Gwinnett counties. Our Gwinnett program is the largest domestic violence shelter in Georgia. During their stay, clients receive assistance with planning, goal development, clothing, food, transportation, childcare, emotional support, financial management and referrals for housing and job opportunities.

24-Hour Crisis Lines: The crisis line is often the first and only link to safety for intimate partner violence survivors. PADV’s crisis line provides callers with support, safety planning, access to shelter, information, and community referrals. While many of our callers are in immediate danger, we also assist people with loved ones struggling with domestic violence, or those who just need a chance to talk as they try to decide next steps.

Legal Advocacy: PADV’s legal advocacy services ensure that survivors seeking legal relief from the violence they are experiencing have trained and compassionate advocates to guide them through the process. We assist clients with preparing temporary protection orders, appearing before the judge, safety planning, and accessing additional resources needed to move them towards a violence free life. Outreach & Prevention Programs Education is the key to ending domestic violence. PADV strives to inform our community on the many intricacies of intimate partner violence and what we all need to do to prevent and end it! Our outreach work is comprehensive and includes teen dating violence prevention, domestic violence in the workplace, training to the law enforcement community to create a more victim centered approach, building appropriate responses in faith-based communities, Spanish language services as needed for the LatinX community, and college-based services for young adults. Learn More about our educational workshops. Supportive Housing Program PADV’s Supportive Housing Program provides an important bridge to self-sufficiency for domestic violence survivors and their children. Our program has grown substantially over the past year; we now serve over 170 people in community-based apartments. In addition to paying a portion of the families rent, PADV provides ongoing support, crisis management, connection with mental health services, counseling, and assistance with food, legal advocacy, childcare, personal care items and transportation as needed. Support Groups for Women PADV’s Outreach Advocates are available to support survivors in the community who need services but are not a part of a shelter program. Assistance includes therapy for adults and children provided by licensed therapists, support groups, assistance with basic needs, transportation, connection with other community resources and short-term rental assistance.

Public Charity

Buford

Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter

3850 Tuggle Rd
Buford, GA 30519
(678) 546-8770
Website

Samantha Pryor
Executive Assistant & Volunteer Coordinator

Supplies Needed:

  • Laundry Detergent
  • Cleaning supplies (i.e. all-purpose cleaner)
  • Kids toddler and twin size comforter sets
  • Waterproof zippered twin mattress protectors
  • Food for kids (i.e cereal)

The Details:

This organization cannot pick up collected items, a delivery must be made.
Delivery Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

No Volunteers Needed

Mission:

Strengthening children, youth and families in crisis by providing a broad array of counseling and support services in a safe and nurturing environment.

Populations Served:

Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter is a transitional housing program catering to homeless children (0-17 years) and their moms, as well as, homeless children with moms who have served in the armed forces.

Services Provided:

The goal for each family is financial independence which is measured ultimately by each family’s ability to transition into permanent housing within 12 months, as well as, maintain housing during our 90 day follow-up period. The specific objectives of the program include:

  1. Providing a safe and secure family-friendly environment where Guests receive genuine hospitality and clear expectations so they can regain stability.
  2. Helping children swiftly establish a sense of normalcy while helping mom acquire competencies and resources needed for recovery.
  3. Providing ongoing Life Plan monitoring and 90-day follow-up with case management so moms can achieve and sustain stable housing with secure employment at reduced risk for future homelessness.

This means ensuring children are enrolled in school/daycare within 48 hours of intake; referring them for therapy within 48 hours of intake; helping moms develop goals, action steps, and service needs for her Life Plan within 72 hours of intake; helping moms secure employment within 30 days of intake and initiate a savings plan (combined, families save over $40,000 annually); and, reinforcing life skills e.g., budgeting, meal planning, parenting, coping, and time management.

Duluth

Duluth Co-op

3395 Fox Street, Suite 101
P.O. Box 1974
Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 232-7454
Website

Margy McLynn
Executive Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf-stable food
  • Personal care items

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

No Volunteers Needed

Mission:

The Duluth Co-op brings our community together with the goal of preventing hunger and homelessness in our community by providing the critical services of food, financial aid and guidance to build self-sufficiency and strong families.

Populations Served:

We serve all needy people living in the 30096 and 30097 zip codes.

Services Provided:

Since the start of the pandemic, clients have been able to come to the pantry twice per month and receive groceries for their family. We also provide financial assistance for rent & utility payments to qualifying clients. Other services include a job board, clothing vouchers, holiday programs, and referrals to other services in the area. During 2020 the Duluth Co-op fed over 17,000 people, a 315% increase over the prior year. In addition, we assisted with with $100,000 in financial assistance to help keep families in their homes.

Private Foundation

Grayson

Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry

55 Grayson Industrial Parkway
Grayson, GA 30017
(770) 985-5229
Website

LaShawn Alford
Pantry Manager

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf-stable food
  • Diapers (Adult and Child)
  • Feminine Products
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Pet Food

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021
Need 5 Volunteers
 – Minimum 16 years old

Mission:

The mission of the Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry is to honor and uphold the Lordship of Jesus Christ by reaching out, in His name, to our neighbors in need. To the end that our clients will find encouragement, love, and hope and that the Kingdom of God will be manifest on Earth.

Populations Served:

Households living in Gwinnett County in 30017, 30039, 30078, 30052. All ages, stages, demographics, etc.

Services Provided:

Food, Utility Assistance, Prescription Assistance

Public Charity

Lawrenceville

Across the Bridge Inc

900 Cripple Creek Drive, Suite A
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
(404) 9157376
Website

Glenn Yankowski
Executive Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Toiletries
  • Water
  • Used clothing (or new underwear & socks)
  • Shelf-stable food
  • Laundry supplies

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

No Volunteers Needed

Mission:

We exist to serve those seeking recovery from addiction and other life changing circumstances. We connect people to the resources they need to recover and heal. We offer group and one-on-one support, mentoring, and sponsorship. Our focus is on stabilization and education, as well as creating a faith-based bridge to sustained long term recovery. Anyone in need of recovery services and support may benefit from our services.

Populations Served:

Homeless (Under The Bridge program), 20-45 age group primarily men and women of all colors dealing with addiction recovery.

Services Provided:

Meetings, free clothing & food distribution, sober living and rehab referral, counseling through our collaborators, transitioning opportunities, leadership development.

Public Charity

Family Promise of Gwinnett

3495-B Sugarloaf Parkway
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
(404) 914-4316
Website

Lyndey Shelby
Family Advocate/Case Manager

Supplies Needed:

  • Paper products (toilet paper, paper towels, tissues)
  • Cleaning products
  • Personal care items
  • New white twin-bed sheets

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 2 Volunteers
 – Minumum 18 years old

Mission:

Helping homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence through a community-based response and ending homelessness – one family at a time.

Populations Served:

Gwinnett county families experiencing homelessness – adults* with children under 18. We also have a transition house program and a prevention program. *Adults may include grandparents, aunts/uncles, step-parents, as long as the adults and children are biologically related

Services Provided:

When our shelter, Promise Haven, opens in late summer, we will be able to provide shelter for up to 12 family members in a residential setting. Participants will receive counseling, financial skills training, parenting skills training, mentoring, tutoring for the children if needed, job search assistance, housing search assistance, Keys to Good Tenancy training, access to a computer lab for job searches and skills updating, and intense case management. This is a 30-90 day program depending on the needs of the family. Upon successful graduation from the program, families will be employed, have transportation (required upon admission), have savings, and have housing. The program is supported by volunteers from local congregations and businesses who provide meals, miscellaneous needs, gas cards, and fellowship. Families then enter into a 2 year Families Forward program with continued case management and skills training as needed.

Public Charity

Gwinnett Veterans Resource Center

750 South Perry Stree, Suite 300
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(678) 226-9177
Website

Danny Pagan
Center Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Water
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Microwavable meals
  • Travel Size Lotion
  • Travel size Shampoo, Conditioner, & Body Wash

The Details:

This organization cannot pick up collected items, a delivery must be made.
Delivery Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 3 Volunteers
 – Minumum 16 years old

Mission:

The Gwinnett Veterans Resource Center (GVRC) seeks to meet the needs of veterans and their military families by providing information, referrals, and resources in a welcoming environment that honors their service and sacrifice to our country.

Populations Served:

Gwinnett County Veterans and their families.

Services Provided:

The Gwinnett Veterans Resource Center (GVRC) serves veterans and their family members by providing a wide array of programs and services designed to help them access benefits to which they are entitled and helping them meet basic needs in crisis situations, such as food, housing, clothing, utilities, and transportation. Other services, such as legal aid, supportive listening, and employment guidance, enable veterans and their families to stabilize their personal circumstances and return them to self-sufficiency and health. The GVRC also provides training and information about the special needs of veterans to many community groups.

Public Charity

Joy Community Kitchen, Inc.

2870 Callie Still Road
Lawrenceville, GA 30045
(770) 313 9842
Website

Mike Donnellan
Director, Communications & Technology

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf-stable food
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Personal care items
  • Laptop computers for delivery of education and training
  • Broadband network connectivity for delivery of education and training

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 2 Volunteers
– Minimum 16 years old

Mission:

Joy Community Kitchen delivers high quality prepared and frozen meals through our distribution partners and directly. We are expanding our services to include extended stay motels, residential ministries, and homeless clients.

Populations Served:

Seniors, residents in shelter ministries, residents of extended stay motels, and the genuinely homeless.

Services Provided:

Pre-cooked frozen meals, onsite food pantry services at extended stay motels and other locations starting summer 2021, and food education in collaboration with Gwinnett-Rockdale-Newton SNAP-Ed.

Public Charity

The Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry, Inc.

52 Gwinnett Drive, Suite C Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(770) 399-7887
Website

Tom Balog
Executive Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf-stable food
  • Personal care items

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 6-10 Volunteers
 – Minimum 16 years old

Mission:

The Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry is a Christian organization providing food for people in need in Lawrenceville and Dacula.

Populations Served:

All people who are food insecure in Lawrenceville and Dacula.

Services Provided:

We provide food and personal care items.

Public Charity

Mending the Gap

585 Old Norcross Rd, Suite A
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(404) 729-5185
Website

Fay Josephs
Executive Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Detergents
  • Garbage bags
  • Paper towels
  • Adult incontinence (diapers) male and female
  • Facial tissue

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021

Needs 3-5 Volunteers
 – Minimum 16 years old

Mission:

Keeping seniors healthy, independent and connected.

Populations Served:

Low – Moderate income Seniors 60+ yrs old

Services Provided:

Delivery of food, cleaning supplies, toiletries and personal care items to homes of nearly 400 seniors. Other services include social connection and connecting seniors with other community resources.

Public Charity

Obria Medical Clinics Gwinnett

565 Old Norcross Rd, Suite 200
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(678) 360-5299
Website

Matt Davis
Community Outreach Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Baby clothes (boy and girl) any size up to 24 months
  • Diapers
  • Wipes
  • Baby cleaning products (i.e.-baby shampoo, soap, etc.)

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

No Volunteers Needed

Mission:

Empowering our community to make healthy decisions regarding their reproductive health, family, and sexual integrity.

Populations Served:

Pregnant Women, women and men for STD/STI Testing, Women who need their annual well-woman checkup, parents, homeless, undocumented, teenagers.

Services Provided:

Prenatal Care, STD/STI testing and treatment, well-woman care, initial pregnancy test and ultrasound at no-cost, pregnancy and parenting education.

Public Charity

The Salvation Army of Gwinnett County

3455 Sugarloaf Parkway
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
(770) 724-1660
Website

Deborah Wengrow
Social Service Director

Supplies Needed:

  • New winter coats and outer wear of all sizes children through adult.
  • New basic Christmas toys such as legos, stuffed animals, puzzles, books, etc.
  • New persona care items such as shampoo, lotion, soap, tooth paste, etc.

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 20 Volunteers
 – Minimum 16 years old with adult supervisions

Mission:

The mission of The Salvation Army is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Populations Served:

All residents of Gwinnett.

Services Provided:

Emergency food, homelessness prevention, emergency sheltering and rapid re-housing, financial literacy, after school and summer camps, performing arts conservatory, worship, pastoral counseling.

Private Operating Foundation

Special Kneads and Treats, Inc.

156 Scenic Hwy S, Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(678) 237-7147
Website

Katie Gill
Board Member

Supplies Needed:

  • Confectionary Sugar
  • All Purpose Flour
  • Dark brown sugar
  • Peanut Butter (Jif Creamy)
  • Unsweetened Cocoa Powder

The Details:

This organization cannot pick up collected items, a delivery must be made.
Delivery Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 2 Volunteers

Mission:

Special Kneads and Treats operates based on Christian family-oriented ideals driven from over 30 years of cake decorating and baking experience. We believe that EVERY child should have a birthday cake on their special day. Special Kneads and Treats, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a core mission to try and ensure that any child in our community that has a birthday whose family cannot afford a birthday cake receives one FREE from us.

Populations Served:

Special needs & families, local food cooperative ministries, Foster Care and DFCS.

Services Provided:

We work primarily with local food cooperative ministries, Foster Care and DFCS to get these cakes into the hands of those in need. One of our major programs is connecting individuals with disabilities to a rewarding profession while providing valuable work experience and training. A focus on special needs adults receiving self-confidence, a sense of value and the opportunity to enjoy success and socialization is our core. Sharing the love of Jesus Christ through caring, serving, equipping and educating, we cater to the aforementioned groups.

Public Charity

StreetWise Georgia

1770 Cedars Road
Lawrenceville, GA 30045
(678) 985-9915
Website

Gary Pipkorn
Chief Operations Officer

Supplies Needed:

  • Canned Corn
  • Canned Beans
  • Peanut Butter
  • Jelly
  • Tooth Paste

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 4 Volunteers
 – Must be 16 years old

Mission:

The mission of StreetWise is to offer the necessary physical, emotional, mental and Spiritual tools to help people stabilize their lives, improve their environment and move out of a state of dependency into a state of well-being and self-sufficiency.

Populations Served:

StreetWise is open to help anyone in-need. No one is turned away. We have programs aimed at children, teens, adults, families, seniors, unemployed and under-employed.

Services Provided:
  • StreetWise is most well known for the Food Pantry we operate, offering food, personal hygiene items, household items and cleaning supplies to those in need.
  • Clothing items are available for every member of the family
  • Training classes are offered on subjects ranging from job search and resume writing skills to personal financial training.

Public Charity

Village of Hope, Lawrenceville

131 Eaton Street
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(770) 355-1833
Website

Jan Jones
President

Supplies Needed:

  • New toys for children ages 3-10 for our Christmas Extravaganza.

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021

No Volunteers Needed

Mission:

To provide hope to the homeless and those in need in Lawrenceville, GA.

Populations Served:

Homeless, elderly, children, anyone in need.

Services Provided:

Bags of Hope Program – weekend food for children in Lawrenceville Elementary, Jenkins Elementary and Moore Middle Schools.

Christmas Extravaganza – provide Christmas for approximately 200 children.

Food Box Ministry – delivery of food bi-weekly to residents in Lawrenceville that are not able to get to the Food Coop.

Summer Lunch Program – Provide 5-6 lunches to approximately 400 children weekly during the summer.

Case Management – Homeless population. Provide resources and case management to help the homeless get into permanent housing.

Public Charity

Lilburn

Mercy Seed Resource Center

4037 Darling Ct
Lilburn, GA 30047
(770) 925-8400
Website

Devante Hudson
Senior Director of Community Engagement

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf-stable food
  • Personal care items

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 2-3 Volunteers
 – Minimum 13 years old

Mission:

We exist to provide the community access to nutritious food to hundreds of adults and children every month through our weekly food pantry services through partnerships with the Atlanta Community Food Bank, Publix and New Mercies Christian Church.

Populations Served:

We serve seniors, adults, children and the homeless population; anyone who expresses a need.

Services Provided:

We provide weekly food items; such as, meat, canned goods, fresh and frozen vegetables, packaged frozen food trays, milk, juices and assorted personal items, as available.

Public Charity

Norcross

Helping Mamas, Inc.

4487 Park Drive Suite A1
Norcross, GA 30093
(770) 985-8010
Website

Demitrah Rasmussen
Director of Volunteer & Corporate Engagement

Supplies Needed:

  • Diapers
  • Period products
  • Wipes
  • Baby hygiene items
  • Adult hygiene items

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 5 Volunteers
 – Must be 18 years old

Mission:

Connecting Helping Mamas to Mamas needing help

Populations Served:

Women, children, families, youth

Services Provided:

We distribute baby supply items and period products to those who need it most through our mobile and warehouse distribution. We partner with over 150 agencies that consist of other nonprofit and government/health agencies. Donations are received and processed then stored in our warehouse for our partner agencies to pick up for their clients.

Public Charity

HomeFirst Gwinnett

5320 Jimmy Carter Blvd.
Norcross, GA 30093
(770) 847-6765
Website

Brandee Thomas
HFG Shelter Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Bottled Water
  • Gallon-size freezer bags
  • Individually packaged snacks
  • Liquid laundry detergent
  • Juice boxes

The Details:

This organization cannot pick up collected items, a delivery must be made.
Delivery Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 6 Volunteers
 – Must be 18 years old

Mission:

HomeFirst Gwinnett is committed to ending homelessness in Gwinnett County through a coordinated approach with community partners.

Populations Served:

Homeless families and single adults of all ages

Services Provided:

Through strong relationships with our community partners we make direct links to food services, mental health care, medical care, substance abuse treatment, jobs, hotel vouchers, transitional housing, and longer term housing programs. HomeFirst Gwinnett also directly provides a multitude of programs to include diversion, emergency shelter, rental assistance, and utility assistance.

Public Charity

Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries

500 Pinnacle Ct
Norcross, GA 30071
(770) 263-0013
Website

Shirley Cabe
Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf-stable foods
  • Personal care items
  • Cleaning supplies

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Needs 6 Volunteers
 – Must be 14 years old

Mission:

To provide basic needs and other programs to low income and homeless families and individuals living in Southeast Gwinnett County.

Populations Served:

We serve any needing help in the Southeast portion of Gwinnett

Services Provided:
  • Food, financial aid for rent, utilities, temporary lodging, medication
  • Job ministry program
  • Health and wellness program
  • Money management classes
  • Children’s programs

Public Charity

Snellville

Genesis Outreach, Inc.

3375 Centerville Hwy #392011
Snellville, GA 30039
(678) 437-2024
Website

Shunte Howze
Executive Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Clothing
  • Shoes
  • Non-perishable foods,
  • Hygiene products
  • Sanitary items
  • Diapers

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Need 5 Volunteers
 – Minimum 7 years old

Mission:

The mission of Genesis Outreach, Inc. (GOI) is to stabilize youth and families who are homeless or at risk of being homeless by establishing trust, acting as a service provider linking them with community resources, and advocating and assisting them in building opportunities for a better tomorrow.

Populations Served:

Genesis Outreach, Inc serves children, youth, families, homeless

Services Provided:
  • Food Pantry
  • Clothing Closet
  • Hygiene Products/Household Items
  • Furniture Bank
  • Community Resource Linkage
  • Housing Linkage
  • Holiday Assistance

Public Charity

Lettum Eat! Inc.

2250 Oak Road, P.O. Box 1544
Snellville, GA 30078
(850) 381-5936
Website

Supplies Needed:

  • 24-28 ounce microwavable meal containers
  • Bulk Rice
  • Boneless Chicken or Ground Meats
  • Frozen Vegetables
  • Bulk sized Canned Vegetables

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Need 8 Volunteers
 – Minimum 15 years old

Mission:

Mobile Food Provisions, prepared with care and served with compassion to those in need. We are a full-service free meal program structured to deliver prepared meals directly or close to the source of need.

Populations Served:

Food insecure, those in designated food deserts, Seniors, children, and the unsheltered.

Services Provided:

We unlitize our partnerships with Churches that have commercial kitchens to cook food, purchased or donated, to package meals containing a starch, a vegetable and a protein with bread. These meals are either prepackaged for mass production and distribution or packaged and served hot on-site at preplanned events

Public Charity

Hadassah’s Harvest, Inc.

2200 Fountain Square
Snellville, GA 30078
(678) 602-8734
Website

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet paper
  • Detergent
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Underwear
  • Diapers

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

Need 6 Volunteers
 – Minimum 14 years old

Mission:

Our mission is to create a collaborative approach to investing in the community’s health and wellness. Our Vision is to see purpose fulfilled in the key areas of food security, housing stability, and financial sustainability.

Populations Served:

Families in Extended Stay motel(homeless), low income, men, women & children.

Services Provided:

Food supplies Clothing Supplies Blessing Bags (Baby Bags, Homeless Kit) Underwear Campaign- homeless, men, women & children Focus on: toilet paper, detergent, cleaning supplies Connections, Referrals to local community resources.

Public Charity

Leaads Foundation

2386 Clower Street
Bldg #C, Ste #215
Snellville, GA 30078
(770) 919-5633

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf Stable Food/Snack Food
  • Bottled Water
  • Personal Care Items
  • Clothing(school uniforms)
  • Blankets

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021

Need 25-40 Volunteers
 – Minimum 10 years old with adult supervision

Mission:

The Mission of the LEAADS Foundation is to build strategic partnerships that foster collaborative opportunities, leverage resources, support and impact services for positive youth, family and community development.

Populations Served:

Youth and Families

Services Provided:
  • Summer Enrichment Camps
  • Tutoring(GED/SAT, ACT prep)
  • Academic Afterschool Program
  • Girls STEM
  • Teen employment staffing & Training
  • Housing/Utility/Food/Adult Employment Services
  • Family Wraparound Support Services

Public Charity

Sugar Hill

Queen Material Inc.

4861 Glen Level Drive
Sugar Hill, GA 30518
(470) 767-5243
Website

Gilda Kennedy
Executive Director

Supplies Needed:

  • Feminine products
  • Baby products
  • Shelf-stable food
  • Personal care items
  • Cleaning supplies

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021

Need 5 Volunteers
 – Minimum 16 years old

Mission:

Our mission is simple: empower women, strengthen communities. Our work focuses on providing supplies for moms and babies, hosting food distributions for families in need, and providing school supplies, as well as academic assistance because education matters to us.

Populations Served:

Gwinnett county women and children

Services Provided:
  • Food distributions
  • Diapers
  • Feminine products
  • Household products
  • Baby products
  • School supplies
  • Technology for students

Public Charity

Suwanee

Ser Familia, Inc – Suwanee Location

3594 Baxley Point Drive
Suwanee, GA 30024
(678) 363-3079
Website

Ruth Colquitt
GW Family Navigator

Supplies Needed:

  • Shelf-stable food
  • Personal care items
  • Dairy products
  • Children items
  • Cleaning supplies

The Details:

This organization will pick up all collected items.
Pick Up Date: Friday, October 22, 2021

No Volunteers Needed

Mission:

Our mission is to equip Latinos with tools, resources, and skills they need to move from crisis to thriving.

Populations Served:

Latino Community

Services Provided:

Family Social Mental Services: Couple’s program, Youth program, Strengthening families program, Triple P-Positive Parenting Program, Domestic Violence Program and more including Emergency Assistance and Resource Services.

Public Charity