1 in 4 children are living in food insecure homes.
55% of children in our local schools are on free and reduced lunches.
These children are our neighbors.

Pick up a bag

Fill it with food.

Drop off bag in the bins or your local co-op

Donation bins are located at all entrances through October

November is national hunger and homeless awareness month. By stocking the shelves of our local pantries in October we want to ensure none of our neighbors are hungry in November.

The idea is to be intentional about seeing, engaging and loving the people in your local communities where God has placed you. It’s about asking God to give you a heart to see the people around you so that you can minister and Love Where You Live.


 

HUNGER IS A REALITY FOR SO MANY KIDS IN OUR AREA.

 

 

Show families in your community that they matter.

GO SHOPPING

FILL UP YOUR BAG

DROP IT OFF IN THE BINS

Located at any entrance through October.

OR

DELIVER YOUR FOOD DONATIONS TO A CO-OP IN YOUR AREA


Check each location for drop off hours.

MOST NEEDED ITEMS

Canned Chicken or Tuna, Canned Meals, Pasta & Spaghetti Sauce, Boxed Potato Mixes,
Dried Rice & Beans, Baked Beans, Peanut Butter, Jelly, Canned Fruit, Oatmeal, Cereal

DID YOU KNOW?

1 in 4 children in Gwinnett live in households that have trouble putting food on the table. They may look no different than other children. Child hunger is often invisible. They are hurting just the same.

 


OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

HOST A FOOD DRIVE ON YOUR STREET, 

neighborhood or workplace to stock the shelves of your local co-op. Our Community Outreach department can help get you started and with flyers. 

 



Download these customizable forms to use for your food drive:

VOLUNTEER AS A FAMILY OR SMALL GROUP AT YOUR LOCAL CO-OP. 

There are some great ways for families and Discipleship / Connect groups to serve alongside their co-op.

 


BE CREATIVE!

Talk with your friends about ideas they have to serve other kids. Perhaps they want to have a birthday party and ask their kids to bring food instead of presents. Or you could organize a class donation drive. 

HOST A FOOD DRIVE ON YOUR STREET, 

neighborhood or workplace to stock the shelves of your local co-op. Our Community Outreach department can help get you started and with flyers. 

 



Download these customizable forms to use for your food drive:

VOLUNTEER AS A FAMILY OR SMALL GROUP AT YOUR LOCAL CO-OP. 

There are some great ways for families and Discipleship / Connect groups to serve alongside their co-op.

 

BE CREATIVE!

Talk with your friends about ideas they have to serve other kids. Perhaps they want to have a birthday party and ask their kids to bring food instead of presents. Or you could organize a class donation drive.