Lawrenceville Co-Op
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Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry

History: Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry was formed in 1995 by a group of community churches to support individuals and families living in the Lawrenceville and Dacula area. The Gwinnett County nonprofit has given food, personal care items, clothing vouchers, medical consultations and access to resources to those in need for 25 years.

Did You Know: During the pandemic, Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry remains open to serve its clients. Specifically, they are now serving clients via drive-through on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to ensure everyone’s safety. Once the office re-opens, medical and dental consultations will resume for co-op clients.

Motto: “One can make a difference.”

How You Can Help: Donations of canned and boxed food and personal care items, such as shampoo and toothpaste, are always welcome. Financial contributions will help support the resources and services Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry provides. Join their volunteer force to assist with food distribution or other needs.

To Learn More: Visit lawrencevilleco-op.org or email lcmcommunications@gmail.com.

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