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Nonprofit Dedicated to Breaking the Cycles of Homelessness, Poverty and Domestic Violence Receives Technology Services Grant

Launched in 1991 as a faith-based organization focused on helping homeless families, Rainbow Village has grown by leaps and bounds over the course of the last three decades. Once based out of Christ Episcopal Church in Norcross as Rainbow House, the nonprofit could serve up to two families at a time with transitional housing.

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Attorney General Chris Carr is warning the public about a new scam where con artists pose as government officials in an attempt to add credibility to their schemes. Specifically, citizens are reporting that the names and titles of Attorney General Chris Carr and Chief Deputy Dennis Dunn are being used illegitimately.

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FALLS PREVENTION WORKSHOP
In partnership with Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services, GA Dept of Public Health, and Gwinnett County
Wednesday, September 5 at 1:00 pm
Bethesda Senior Center
225 Bethesda Church Road, Lawrenceville 30044

Every year in Gwinnett County, there are over 3,400 visits to the ER by residents age 55 and older due to falls. Serious falls are NOT an inevitable part of aging. Learn how to protect yourself.

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Jackson EMC Foundation Board Member Beauty Baldwin Presents a $15,000 Grant Check to Justice French and Melanie Connor of Rainbow Village

Nonprofit Dedicated to Breaking the Cycles of Homelessness, Poverty and Domestic Violence to Use Grant Funds to Subsidize Child Care Tuition for Rainbow Village Children

Duluth - This summer, Jackson EMC Foundation – funded by contributions of the cooperative’s members – provided a $15,000 grant to Georgia-based nonprofit, Rainbow Village.

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