StreetWise Finalist at the IMPACT Awards

StreetWise Georgia a Nonprofit Award Finalist for the second year.  The 2019 IMPACT Regional Business Awards hosted by the Gwinnett Chamber on May 8th. The Gwinnett Chamber held a luncheon at Infinite Energy Arena to recognized 100 local businesses as finalists, there were ten award winners for the 2019 IMPACT Awards. The awards recognize leaders
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StreetWise providing mobile pantry for furloughed federal workers

A Lawrenceville-based organization, StreetWise Georgia, opened up its pantry the weekend of January 23rd to help local federal workers who have been furloughed during the ongoing federal government shutdown. StreetWise President Terry Powell said about 10 federal employees came to a regular mobile pantry the organization hosted earlier this month to get some supplies. That
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Gwinnett Chamber Celebrates StreetWise Georgia’s New Location

StreetWise Georgia has Open House & Ribbon Cutting Celebration! The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and many distinguished guests celebrated with StreetWise Georgia Staff and Volunteers the opening of our new location with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and a Open House. StreetWise Georgia has its primary operating center in Gwinnett County at the newly renovated StreetWise facility
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StreetWise Speaks at Keller Williams Realty Conference

StreetWise’s Terry Powell Speaks at Keller Williams Realty Conference On May 2, 2018 StreetWise was invited to speak at the Keller Williams Sugarloaf Training Conference of Realtors.  Terry Powell, President of StreetWise Georgia, spoke to about one hundred Realtors on the mission of StreetWise Georgia. Terry spoke about the large number of individuals in Gwinnett
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StreetWise Georgia has moved to 1770 Cedars Road Lawrenceville!

StreetWise Georgia has moved to a larger facility to serve increasing number of struggling families. Georgia has one of the highest poverty rates in the nation. While the number has decreased somewhat in recent years, the Center for American Progress reports that the Peach State still ranks 8th for overall poverty rate and child poverty
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