One of the largest volunteer initiatives in the United States, Gwinnett Great Days of Service enables local non-profit organizations, schools and churches to enhance their services in the community.
“Thank you for helping Huffman House participate in Great Days of Service. It was a wonderful experience in us and Huffman House benefited by the wonderful food received from the collection bins placed in the Hampton Inn Cardiology and Associates. Thanks again for helping Huffman House become better connected in the community. Thanks to the team at the Gwinnett Coalition for putting on this great effort. I am so inspired by the event, that I will be involved as a volunteer this year!” says Barbara Huffman.
Last year, 80,000 volunteers for Gwinnett Great Days of Service completed over 300 community projects including staffing community events, painting and repairing buildings, installing playground sets and cleaning up nature trails. The event is hosted by the Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services in partnership with United Way of North Metro Atlanta. For more information, visit: www.gwinnettgreatdaysofservice.org and find us on Facebook.
In addition to helping the community, Great Days of Service has partnered with Do Go Get Rewards. When you show up at the event you will receive a code to text to get 15,000 Do Gooder points. Points can be redeemed at DoGoodRewards.com/store where you can get anything from massages to trips to deals at your favorite restaurants and more.
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, FIS Global, Hands on Atlanta, Wells Fargo, Hayes James Engineering, Andersen, Tate & Carr, Myers Group, GCPS Foundation, The Atlanta Community Tool Bank, Gwinnett Braves, 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.