About Our 2019 Charity Event
Join us for our 6th consecutive year, as the PCBA hosts our annual Charity Event.
Thursday, August 22, 2019
5:30 – 8:00 PM
Location to be announced soon
PCBA is proud to focus our fundraising efforts on
Education, Health, & Community by Supporting these Local Charities:
- Paul Duke STEM HS - "Digital Bridges"
- Concussion Institute in conjunction with Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV)
- Norcross Cooperative Ministries
SPONSOR. ATTEND. VOLUNTEER.
Non-Profit CARE Team Academic/Assistance Program
The Paul Duke STEM Care Team is working collaboratively with the Paul Duke STEM Parent Teacher Student Association to launch the "Digital Bridges" program. This program is designed to help connect traditional school instruction with post education career readiness by providing students with the necessary tools, such a laptops and college prep exam calculators, and resources, such as professional wardrobes and financial assistance, to build a pathway toward successful college and career opportunities. Students will complete applied learning projects, trade certification programs and dual enrollment options. Part of this program will also focus on removing financial barriers to internships and college applications
Providing Concussion care to survivors of domestic violence
The Concussion Institute at GMCD has recently partnered with Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) to provide concussion care to survivors of domestic violence in Gwinnett and Fulton Shelters. Shelter staff refer survivors to the Institute for medical evaluation and treatment. The Concussion Institute plans to evaluate and treat 100+ survivors annually.
The mission of Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) is to end the crime of intimate partner violence and empower its survivors; our vision is a community free of domestic violence.
Temporary Housing for Children whose families have been evicted and are living on the street or in their car
Helping people in their community has been the mission of Norcross Cooperative Ministry for 31 years. Relying on volunteers and donations from the community to keep them operating year-round, Norcross Cooperative Ministry assists up to 70 families per day with temporary emergency financial assistance such as helping to pay bills, rent, clothing, and food. As more families face long-term needs due to fixed incomes, homelessness, abuse, language barriers, single parent homes and many other circumstances, the work of Norcross Cooperative Ministries becomes even more vital to health and strength of our Peachtree Corners / Norcross community.