The fastest growing theatre in Georgia, Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville is building a new $26 million arts complex, in conjuction with the City of Lawrenceville. They opened a nonprofit fund with us not only to hold capital campaign funds but also to keep and raise funds for a variety of projects and initiatives.
The City of Suwanee has created a public art capital campaign, “Art for All”, to bring remarkable, interactive, and prominent public art to Gwinnett. Located in the new Town Center Park extension, these pieces will act as a catalyst to transform the project from a PARK to a PLACE.
Created in honor of Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairwoman Charlotte Nash, this fund provides support to charitable organizations addressing critical needs in Gwinnett County.
Libraries have never been just about books. They’ve been about access to information, inspiration, and amazement. They’re a gateway to a better future- not just for the individual, but for us all. The Library Foundation supports the Gwinnett County Public Library by accepting funds to enrich, NOT replace, traditional tax-based support, allowing GCPL to enhance the high caliber programs and resources that nurture literacy, the imagination, and lifelong learning.
The Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter, tucked away on a 45-acre Buford campus, provides education, life skills and job training to young mothers of homeless children as well as young women aging out of foster care.
The Love You Too (LU2) Foundation was created by Ernie Johnson Jr. and Cheryl DeLuca-Johnson and named after their son Michael’s favorite phrase, “love you too”. The foundation supports organizations that promote the health and well-being of children, disadvantaged adults and faith-based organizations that work within the community.
The Odessa and Angeline Foundation began out of a desire to seek a better America tomorrow by building strong men starting today. When you give to the foundation, you help benefit and support causes that help fatherless boys and economically disadvantaged children.