Health and Human Services partners with Volunteer Gwinnett to engage residents with meaningful opportunities that directly impact their community. Volunteers can participate in one-time or ongoing individual or group opportunities, including, but not limited to:
- Clothing/food drive
- Senior lawn care
- Senior meal delivery
- Senior minor home repair
- Senior non-medical transportation
Start your journey of making a difference today! Apply at Volunteer Gwinnett. For specific questions or to coordinate group projects, contact Volunteer Specialist Carolyn Kim at Carolyn.Kim@GwinnettCounty.com or 678.377.6716.
Interested volunteers must apply by completing the application, volunteer waiver of liability and release, and authorization/consent for background check through Volunteer Gwinnett. Some opportunities may have additional specific requirements. Ages 18 and younger need permission from a parent or legal guardian to volunteer. Opportunities vary based on need.
Court-Ordered Community Service
For more information about court-ordered community service, email CourtOrderedCommunityService@GwinnettCounty.com or call 678.277.0900.
In an effort to create a safe and healthy community, Health and Human Services collaborates with more than 1,000 valuable partners and strives to maintain strong relationships and build new partnerships.
Friends of Gwinnett Seniors, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, raises funds to support Gwinnett County seniors. For more information, including how to make a tax-deductible donation or volunteer, visit FriendsOfGwinnettSeniors.org or call 770.822.8775.
Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services, a public/private partnership, facilitates collaboration that improves the well-being of the community. For more information, including how to make a donation or volunteer, visit GwinnettCoalition.org or call 770.995.3339.