Celebrating 20 Years Committed to Seniors
Friends of Gwinnett Seniors (Friends) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) volunteer-run organization dedicated to raising funds to support senior programs in Gwinnett County, Georgia.
Friends is committed to the intention that all seniors in Gwinnett have the opportunity to be active and visible participants in their community and experience a healthy, safe, and fulfilling life in the home setting of their choice with access to transportation, health care, good nutrition, and assistance in their homes.
There are many ways to help raise funds for seniors - from participating in fundraising events to shopping on AmazonSmile and with Kroger Community Reward dollars - your daily life can help us out.
Looking For Services?
You may be visiting our website looking for services for yourself or a loved one. If so, Friends raises funds to support senior services, but we are not direct service providers. If you need services, please call the Gwinnett Senior Services Information & Assistance at 678.377.4150 Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm.
It’s that time again! Outback-at-Work is back and scheduled for Wednesday, October 20, 2021. Place your order for a delicious mixed-grill meal by completing the form below or contacting Friends at firstname.lastname@example.org. Friends‘ volunteers will deliver meals to your work (within Gwinnett County only please & minimum group order of 4 for delivery). All proceeds…Read More
It’s time to say “Farewell” to long-serving Friends of Gwinnett Seniors (Friends) board member and community leader, John Winters. John and his wife, Joan, are relocating to the sunny beaches of Florida to be closer to their daughter and her family. John, a retired Certified Financial Planner and founder of Cornerstone Financial Partners, LLC, served…Read More
Anthem Foundation Grant Allows Disabled Gwinnett Seniors to Fulfill Medical Treatment During COVID-19 Alert
In December, 2019, the Anthem Foundation awarded Friends of Gwinnett Seniors, Inc. a generous grant award to encourage disabled and transportation-challenged participants to avoid skipping scheduled appointments due to financial hardship. Since 2009, the affordable Get In Gear transportation program, partially funded by a federal 5310 grant that requires a local cost share, has been…Read More
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