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  • About Our 2018 Charity Event

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  • Escape to Paradise Charity Party

    Join us for our 5th consecutive year, as the PCBA hosts our annual Charity Event.

    Thursday, August 23, 2018

    5:00 – 8:30 PM

    Community Chest Center at City Hall


    PCBA is proud to focus our fundraising efforts on

    Health, Hunger, & Education by Supporting these Local Charities: 

    • National Education 20/20 Foundation
    • Norcross Meals on Wheels
    • Gwinnett County Public Schools Community-Based Mentoring Program






    National Education 20/20 Foundation

    Non-Profit Optometrist Service for Children



    With nearly one-quarter of all school-aged children being affected by eye problems, the need for affordable optometry services is more vital than ever before. At National Education 20/20 Foundation, Inc., we are dedicated to providing children adequate eye care to ensure they have the abilities and chances to make their dreams come true. Based in Peachtree Corners, GA, our team travels the Atlanta metro area serving underprivileged children who are living with visual impairments. 



    Meals on Wheels

    Providing Midday Meals to Elderly, Home-bound and Disabled Citizens


    Norcross Meals on Wheels has been servicing our community since 1979.  Our mission is to establish a community in which our home-bound, elderly, and disabled citizens can live their lives with independence and dignity. We provide nutritious, appetizing midday meals with a smile and an eye on the health and safety of those we serve.  We are proud to serve the Norcross, Peachtree Corners, Berkeley Lake, and Duluth areas of Gwinnett.  Norcross Meals on Wheels is not funded by the state or federal government. 


    Gwinnett County Public Schools Community-Based Mentoring Program

    Mentoring Local Students Grades 4-12

    Gwinnett County Public Schools has proactively developed a Community Based Mentoring program to connect caring adults in the community with students in grades 4 through 12 to provide guidance, encouragement, and support to help them become successful young adults both in and out of school.  While school counselors, teachers, and family members all play a role in keeping students in school and learning, the involvement of a community mentor can make a meaningful connection.

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