Last Call for Projects!

As one of the hottest Julys in memory comes to an end, so does the opportunity to submit your project for this year’s Great Days of Service. On October 5th and 6th, something close to 80,000 Gwinnett citizens donate their support to local charities, non-profits, schools, churches, organizations and more  for this two day event. Do you belong to a charity, non-profit, school, church, organization or other that is in need of a new coat of paint, landscaping, cleaning or just about anything else? If this is you, what are you waiting for?

Go to and click on the Projects and Volunteer tab to download the application. We even have a list of ideas if you can’t quite figure out what you want to do. So far, we have more than 140 projects lined up for this year, making it one of the biggest years ever. We are looking for projects that can take anywhere from 3 to 150 volunteers, so get creative. If you are still stuck, the lovely Ms. Suzy Bus (770-995-3339) will work with you to finalize the details.

Gwinnett Great Days of Service is an annual event that promotes volunteerism across the county.  It draws tens of thousands of volunteers each year to give back to their communities through community service projects and sponsorship. Last year 80,000 participants, contributed more than 300,000 hours to over 300 projects in the two day event.

Gwinnett Great Days of Service will take place on Friday, October 5th and Saturday, October 6th. For more information, visit:

The Gwinnett Great Days of Service is sponsored by: Primerica, United Way of Metro Atlanta, Arthur A Buck Jones Nursery, Nordson, Gwinnett Medical Center, Community Foundation of Northeast Georgia, Gem Shopping Network, Hands on Atlanta, Wells Fargo, Hayes James Engineering, Andersen, Tate & Carr, Myers Group, GCPS Foundation, The Atlanta Community Tool Bank, and Do Good Rewards.


The Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services is a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing the health and human service needs of everyone in Gwinnett County, Georgia. It does so through collaborative community planning, applied research, community education, membership diversity, consensus building, advocacy, and innovation.