Duluth Family Inspiring Generations

When Kay Montgomery’s great grandparents opened their first store in 1876, in Bethesda, Georgia, they had no idea the legacy they were creating. By 1925 Kay’s grandparents had gone into business with her great grandparents and opened the first Parson’s… Continue reading

2019 Grant Cycle Now Open

Are you a nonprofit focused on food insufficiency or education? Then you need to apply for our 2019 grant cycle. We’ve narrowed our focus this year to food insufficiency and education in order achieve the greatest impact possible in two… Continue reading

Meet Michael Park

We recently chatted with Michael Park, business development/agent at The Whitlock Group and one of our new board members. Michael is heavily involved in our community and has a heart for helping others. Along with being on our board, he… Continue reading

Friday Faves

We’re were thrilled to see Kathryn Willis, one of our long-time fundholders and emeritus board members, honored as the chamber’s Citizen of the Year! Kathryn Parsons Willis named Gwinnett Chamber’s ‘Citizen of the Year’ for work in Duluth, county As… Continue reading

Friday Faves

Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity Raises Almost $850,000! Last week, Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity kicked off the Better Homes, Brighter Futures Campaign at their Gwinnett Lights event. Throughout the evening, guests had their photos taken, enjoyed a coffee and cocktail conversation… Continue reading

Meet Board Member Jill Kersh

Every year we welcome new members to our board of directors. Each one of these people brings a wealth of experience and a love for our community with them. One of our new members is Jill Kersh, a certified professional… Continue reading

Proven Strategies to Increase Grant Funding

On Thursday, February 28, 2019, join Wellspring Nonprofit Resource to learn valuable tips to improve your grant and foundation funding.  Each presenter has more than 25 years of grant writing and fundraising experience.  They will discuss how to strengthen your… Continue reading

Giving Teens Skills to Succeed

Some youth have no idea how to interview for a job, manage money, apply for college scholarships and more. But not the teens Community Sustainability Enterprise impacts. This Lawrenceville-based nonprofit has successfully created private partnerships inside many local schools, allowing… Continue reading

Friday Faves!

Charitable Children Make For Happier Adults More adults who were raised to be charitable report being very happy today, compared to those who were raised without an emphasis on philanthropy. According to a study conducted by Fidelity Charitable, 48% of those… Continue reading
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