Category: Nonprofit of the Month

Navigate Recovery Selected as January 2019 Nonprofit of the Month
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Navigate Recovery Selected as January 2019 Nonprofit of the Month

Pictured above: Farley and Susan Barge, co-founders Navigate Recovery Gwinnett was launched in 2015 with the mission to serve individuals and families impacted by addiction by connecting them to the support they need and removing barriers that prevent them from getting well.  This Recovery Community Organization (RCO) is led by Farley and Susan Barge who...

Hope Clinic Honored as November 2018 Nonprofit of the Month
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Hope Clinic Honored as November 2018 Nonprofit of the Month

Pictured above (L to R): Sean George, Board Member; Ansley Wingate, Marketing & Development Assistant;  Jessica Geller, Chief Development Officer; and Pam Martin, Exec. Director Hope Clinic provides primary care and chronic care management for the uninsured, indigent and homeless of Gwinnett and surrounding counties.   Hope Clinic serves as a referral point for Gwinnett Medical Center Emergency Rooms, as well as Eastside...

Berean Christian Church Gwinnett Named October 2018 Nonprofit of the Month
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Berean Christian Church Gwinnett Named October 2018 Nonprofit of the Month

Pictured above (L to R): David Cuffie, Career Ministry Core Team; Floyd Billups – Career Ministry Volunteer; Donna Linden, Career Ministry Co – Coordinator; Anthony Johnson, Career Ministry Volunteer; Charles Davis, Director of Operations; Dr. Kevin B. Lee, Senior Pastor; Jocelyn Gadson, Career Ministry Coordinator; and Sandy Richardson, Membership Development Manager with the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce Berean...

Creative Community Services Selected as September 2018 Nonprofit of the Month
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Creative Community Services Selected as September 2018 Nonprofit of the Month

Pictured above (L to R): Kim Winston, Development Director; Sally Buchanan, CEO; and Gayle Ely, Board Member Creative Community Services (CCS) is a non-profit agency that provides Therapeutic Foster Care for children in the custody of the Department of Children and Family Services and home-based support for children and adults with developmental disabilities. For over...

Gwinnett Symphony Named June 2018 Nonprofit of the Month
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Gwinnett Symphony Named June 2018 Nonprofit of the Month

Pictured above (L to R):  Pam Cook, John Kilpatrick, Shirley House, Lisa Shankles, and Chelsea Shankles Arguably, Gwinnett Symphony is one of Gwinnett County’s best kept “secret” treasures. Beginning as a youth orchestra with nine students in 1997 and expanding to the present nearly 100 student members, the ensuing twenty plus years have also included...

Creative Enterprises is the May 2018 Nonprofit of the Month
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Creative Enterprises is the May 2018 Nonprofit of the Month

Pictured above (L to R): Reid Laurens, Gary Powers, Margaret Powers, Vince DeSilva (Sr. VP, Membership Services, Gwinnett Chamber), Leigh McIntosh, Karl Heisman, Pam Carroll, Allen Carroll, and Sherry Patton. Creative Enterprises is a 501 (c) (3) training and employment, community rehabilitation program for adults with a variety of disabilities. The goal is to maximize their potential and overcome barriers to employment. We...

Gwinnett Ballet Theatre Named April 2018 Nonprofit of the Month
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Gwinnett Ballet Theatre Named April 2018 Nonprofit of the Month

Pictured above (L to R): Darcy Farrington-Ryan, Rachael Graham, Piper Lashley and Whitney Sue Snuggs. Gwinnett Ballet Theatre, also commonly referred to as GBT, was founded in 1977 and is the oldest non-profit performing arts organization in Gwinnett County. GBT’s home is a 20,000 square foot facility with 5 state-of-the-art studios located at the convergence...

Square One for Youth Named March 2018 Nonprofit of the Month
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Square One for Youth Named March 2018 Nonprofit of the Month

Pictured above (L to R): Brandon Barton, Sr. VP; Cathy Tomlinson, co-founder; and Thomas Crosby, CEO It All Starts at Square One Square One for Youth’s ‘Fairway to Success’, an after-school program Is designed to help children and young adults in need in Gwinnett County to achieve more than they ever thought possible. The core of our curriculum...

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