Glance Gwinnett graduate, Manny Aviles, was inspired to get engaged
in his community when he visited Hi-Hope Service Center with his
Glance group. After recognizing a need, Manny collaborated with his
employer, Cintas Corporation, and collectively donated 12 boxes of
garments and shoes to Hi-Hope.
"They were thrilled and happy to accept it," said Aviles,
"I told [Hi-Hope] I would like to engage my community service
volunteers at work with their organization."
Hi-Hope strives to cultivate community for adults with developmental disabilities
by connecting them with integrated opportunities for learning, work,
and leisure. Click here
to learn more.
Our first ever
Family Fun Day on Sunday, August 20, 2017 was a huge hit! Thanks to
our generous sponsors, over
250 alumni, graduates, and their families enjoyed free entertainment,
food, activities and much more. If you missed it, don't worry, you'll
have another opportunity next year.
to view the photo gallery.
in! Immediate need for mentors - great opportunity for Glance grads.
GCPS has proactively developed a Community-Based Mentoring program to
connect caring adults in the community with male students in grades 5
through 12 to provide guidance, encouragement, and support to help
them become successful young adults, both in and out of school. Learn more.
Glance Gwinnett inspire you to make a change in your community? Did
you make a connection that led to something significant? We want to
hear your story! Email us.