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Sharing God’s Love in Our Community

Every day, families and individuals in the Lilburn area go without adequate food, clothing or shelter.

As a Christian ministry, Lilburn Co-op helps meet these needs for families and individuals in Gwinnett County in Lilburn, Stone Mountain and parts of Tucker. We also provide service to all members of supporting churches. Lilburn Co-op is a local non-profit organization that is funded through your tax-deductible donations and sales of donated goods at Lily’s Cloak, our thrift store.

Thanks to wonderful volunteers and generous support from local churches and organizations, Lilburn Co-op has provided a ray of hope to thousands of people in need since our founding in 1994.

Lilburn Co-op News & Announcements:

Girl Scout Troop 4547 & Kroger Five Forks Crossing—Thank You!

We so appreciate the Girl Scouts of Troop 4547 (Lilburn) and the Kroger at Five Forks and Oak Road. Together they have stocked our pantry with many essential items. Your help allows us to continue to serve others in our community!

Kroger Community Rewards - Sign Up to Benefit the Lilburn Co-op Ministry in Gwinnett

Shop at Kroger? Assign Lilburn Co-op as Recipient of Kroger’s Community Rewards

When you designate Lilburn Co-op as your chosen recipient of Kroger’s Community Rewards program, a portion of your purchases will go to support the ministry.

Just sign up and shop at Kroger as you normally would! kroger.com/communityrewards

Important: Designations must be renewed each year. If you have designated Lilburn Co-op, please re-enroll today! (See details on our Facebook page here.

More Thank You Notes

The cooperative work of the ministry is blessed to have the support of many businesses in our area.

  • Thank you to the Kroger at 1227 Rockbridge Road, and to the manager Mr. Chris Thompson and his staff. You do so much to help our ministry food bank, and through us you help our local community.
  • Thank you to the Publix staff at 4045 Five Forks Trickum Road. Your donations to us through United Way make a real difference in our ability to help local families with rent and utilities.
  • And a big thank you to Fresh Market who donates food daily to the ministry. The recent food drive they arranged for us was a great blessing, and the food items were some of the most needed for our food bank. Everyone involved makes this such a success and we can’t thank you enough.
Donated Items Needed

Lily’s Cloak Needs Donated Clothing, Household Items

The ministry is urgently in need of your donations of clothing, toys and other household items to sell in Lily’s Cloak thrift store.

Grants Help Us Help Others

Lilburn Co-op is honored by and thankful for grants from Jackson EMC Foundation and Walton EMC Foundation. These grants help us offer assistance to individuals and families in our Lilburn/Gwinnett communities.

This Week’s Needs

JULY 27, 2016

  • Canned Vegetables (except corn and green beans)
  • Canned Pasta
  • Rice
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Spaghetti Noodles
  • Macaroni and Cheese
  • Canned Chicken, Canned Tuna
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Dishwashing Liquid
  • Peanut Butter, Jelly

Donation hours: Mon‒Sat., 9 a.m.‒5 p.m. Location and directions. You may also make a financial donation securely here. (Lilburn Co-op is a 501(c)(3) non-profit ministry.)

From our Facebook Page...

Everyone Can Help...

Maybe you’re able to make a large donation, like one donor who saw our “Food needed” sign, stopped in and contributed $1,000 to buy food. Or you may be like 9-year-old Alex who came in with a $10 donation from his lemonade stand. Thank you to everyone who donates, you make a difference in our community!