Coronavirus Response

 Thank you for your interest in serving others in our community during these uncertain times! Many of you have reached out already wondering how you can help, and our local co-ops are asking for your assistance to meet the community’s needs.  If you have extra of the needed items below, please fill up a bag and bring it to any of the Community Food Partners (during hours of operation) or the Buford, Braselton, Flowery Branch, Hamilton Mill, Lawrenceville, Snellville, and Sugarloaf 12Stone Church locations. Donations can be dropped off at any time. We will have boxes located outside! Just drop and go, and we will take care of the rest! To apply for volunteer opportunities near you, or to see an updated list of the most-needed items, click below!

The need in numbers

About 90,000 people in Gwinnett County are considered food insecure.


44,000 of those are children. Malnutrition can lead to missed developmental milestones.


8.7 million meals annually are still needed to fight hunger in our backyard.

Knockout Hunger Stories
Most-Needed Items

You can help fight hunger in our community by purchasing and donating items on the shopping list below.  Current drop off locations are any of the community food partners listed on this site.

Our Community Food Partners
Our Growing Knockout Hunger Network
Want To Know More?

If you would like to join the Knockout Hunger Network, or if you are interested in learning more about our story, please reach out below. 

Knockout Hunger is a community network of people and organizations committed to fighting food insecurity in the greater Gwinnett Area. 

#KnockOutHunger is hosted by 12Stone Church