It is easy to give when you have so much, but what about after you’ve lost it all?
When Lawrenceville middle schoolers Noelle Gorinas and Anna Hardy learned that 3,000 children in Gwinnett County face homelessness, they pulled out the slime and got to work.
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As a child, Bonnie Rachael fell in love with horses. As a teenager, she credited horses with getting her life back on track. And now as an adult, she’s changing lives through Faith Equestrian Center.
The fifth-graders call him Mr. Bobby or Officer Bobby. Some in the Laurens County schools even call him Uncle Bobby. The affection for Sheriff’s Deputy Bobby Brantley is real, and so is his impact on those children.
As a young man in his 20s, Domonic Purviance found himself struggling with a pretty profound question: What does it mean to be a man?
Imagine the frustration and hopelessness when everyday experiences that should be safe and comfortable are not.
Life has taken some rocky turns for Barbara Ross — a bad marriage (two, actually), poor health, and bouts of depression over the years.
We are proud to honor Junior Elkhatib with Cingo’s Circle & Shield Award for his tireless efforts raising money for those in need. Junior’s dedication to the safety and security of his community is truly inspiring.
Two sisters who together provide a safe space for teenage girls. An elderly man who builds handicap access ramps for homes in his community. A high school student working to raise awareness of the dangers of human trafficking.