Serving Snellville, Grayson, and Loganville (Gwinnett Area)

Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry

Southeast Gwinnett Coop Ministry

Making A Real Change In Someone’s Life

Who Do We Help?

  • We serve residents of Gwinnett County, Georgia living in Grayson (30017), Snellville (30039, 30078), and Loganville (Gwinnett/30052).

  • You must have a picture id.

  • You must have a piece of US Postal mail addressed to yourself that was received within the last 30 days of your visit to the Co-op.

Pantry Assistance

Drive up service:

  • Monday 4pm-7pm

Inside service:

  • Wednesday 9am-12noon

  • Friday 9am-12noon

Financial Assistance

  • Utilities and Prescriptions

  • By appointment only

  • Prequalification necessary

Other Resources

How You Can Help

Donations Accepted

Monday        10am to 12pm

Tuesday        10am to 12pm

Thursday      10am to 12pm

Saturday       10am to 12pm

Off-Site Drop Locations

Hours may vary, but donations may be made at the following sites:

  • Grace New Hope Church

  • Grayson United Methodist Church

  • Grayson City Hall

  • Snellville City Hall

Donate Money

We are 100% donor supported. Click on the heart icon to be taken to our secure donation portal. All gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.


We are grateful for individuals, groups, and court ordered volunteers that make our ministry work.

Our Mission

The mission of the Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry is to honor and uphold the Lordship of Jesus Christ by reaching out, in His name, to our neighbors in need, to the end that our clients will find encouragement, love, and hope, and that the Kingdom of God will be manifest on Earth.

The Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry is an equal opportunity food provider.

Our Goal

The goal of the Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry is to walk alongside local households that are struggling financially, by offering assistance aimed at supporting their efforts to afford the basics of life.

Our Primary Function

The primary function of the Co-Op is to provide FOOD and or NON-FOOD pantry support.   Households that utilize the Co-Op as a food resource can free up money that can then be applied to other household needs.  

Our Secondary Potential

A secondary potential benefit of the Co-Op is financial assistance for utility and prescription drug expenses.  This LIMITED benefit is intended to provide additional support to households that utilize the Co-Op on a steady basis as a food source.

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