Goodr and Gwinnett have been partnering to combat hunger for nearly 2 years. In that time, they have helped bridge the gap between the end of the school year and the start of Gwinnett’s Summer Meal program as well as hosting pop-up grocery markets to help families stretch their holiday food budget. Local businesses benefit since food provided at these events are locally sourced.
Pop-Up markets will provide a week’s worth of groceries that will include meat or fish, eggs, breakfast meat, milk (or non-dairy substitutes), breakfast cereal, pantry staples and fresh vegetables. Each market is expected to serve about 300 families.