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  1. Faith Community. Many churches and worship centers have launched food programs to help meet the needs of our community. We encourage you to reach out to local places of worship in your neighborhood to see how they might help. Here are just a few (of many): Mercy Seed Resource Center 4000 Five Forks Trickum Rd. Lilburn, GA 30047. The Fountain Church

  2. Satisfeed is a non-profit organization that offers food relief to the Gwinnett County community and beyond. We do this by operating a food distribution center that allows individuals in need to obtain the food they need to feed themselves and their families.

  3. For homelessness, mental and substance abuse assistance (option #3). Someone will be in contact within 24 hours. Both City of Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County provide many important services to the public. We have also provided links to non-profits who provide helpful community services.

  4. Food Security Resources. Safe and nutritious food is essential to lead an active and healthy life. Gwinnett County is committed to address this complex issue with a comprehensive approach to provide immediate relief to those affected by food insecurity. Through collaborations with civil organizations, partner groups, and dedicated volunteers ...

  5. Your local food bank can help you find food today, even if you need temporary help. They partner with food pantries, soup kitchens, and meal programs in your local community to give away free food. Enter your zip code to find the food bank partnering with Feeding America. They'll share the locations and hours of nearby food distributions.

  6. The Lawrenceville Co-Op Community Food Bank Ministry is an emergency food bank for those in need of food and personal care items. We help clients get back on their feet from job loss, illness, and/or homelessness by taking away the worry of getting food on the table.

  7. Our Work. Food Access. Mobile Food Pantries. Mobile pantries bring free food and groceries to your community. Unlike traditional food pantries where you go to them, mobile pantry trucks go to you. They usually have a schedule and visit a community once a week or once a month.