Making a Difference In our Neighborhood

One Family at a Time

Need Help?

You and your family are important to us and to our community! If you are in the middle of crisis and need assistance, we care about your need and about you. Find out about the services we offer to those who are in Southwest Gwinnett County.

Our Neighbors who sincerely want to break their cycle of poverty and regain financial independence.

We serve the needs of at-risk Gwinnett County residents from Doraville, Norcross, Peachtree Corners, and Tucker as well as Greater Gwinnett through community partner referrals and various funding cycles.

These are not just strangers we help. You may not have met them yet, but they are your neighbors. Serving and assisting them is helping your own community. It builds us all up. It makes us all better.

There is some part of all of us, something we were created with inside us, that desires to help. We are made full and whole through the acts of giving and helping others. This work benefits the person being helped, but it is also fulfilling to the helper.

The easiest, direct way that you and your family can provide support to Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries is by donating financially, however, we also maintain an current list of critical and urgent needs that will immediately make a difference in our neighborhood.

Our Mission

Helping those in crisis by collaborating with the community to offer programs and services that transform lives through the love of Christ.

Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries serves a broader area than just Norcross.  We serve the needs of at-risk Gwinnett County residents from Doraville, Norcross, Peachtree Corners, and Tucker as well as Greater Gwinnett through community partner referrals and various funding cycles.

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The easiest, direct way that you and your family can provide support to Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries is by donating financially, however, we also maintain an current list of critical and urgent needs that will immediately make a difference in our neighborhood.

Critical Needs

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Our volunteers provide valuable services to our staff and to our neighbors in need. Whether conducting a food drive, organizing donations, using your skills to train others, or simply listening to those in need, our volunteers are a special part of NCM and impact our neighborhood for generations. to come.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

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I had lost all hope with no where else to turn. The people at NCM didn't treat me like a homeless person. They made me feel important. 

The entire NCM staff embraced me like family. The experience at NCM is one I will never forget! It literally has been life changing.

I came to Norcross Cooperative Ministry with absolutely nothing. I had no place to stay and little to eat and no money. I attended one of the job fairs and was offered a job on the spot. I am so thankful and blessed. 

I would like to thank all of the staff for helping me and my family in our time of need. With my faith, I will not fail nor give up on God and His almighty will for me to be successful.

Latest News

Operation: Save a Family

As we all continue to cope with COVID-19 in our community and with our families, the Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries (NCM) has faced unprecedented increases in services to an ever expanding number of our client families:

526% increase in families served
710% increase in food provided

Latest events

Learn More about Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries' Merry Market

Operation Save a Family

Our Address

500 Pinnacle Court
Suite 510
Norcross, GA 30071

770-263-0013

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Our Hours

Client Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10am to 2pm
Tuesdays from 6pm to 8pm
Saturday from 10am to 12noon
Doors are opened 30 minutes prior to each shift
 
Donation Hours:
Monday - Friday from 9am to 4pm
Tuesdays from 9am to 7pm
Saturdays from 10am to 12 noon

We will be OPEN on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 18th.

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