Programs and Services at Lilburn Co-op

Other Services

Lilburn Co-op provides additional help, as needed, including:

  • Referral information for other sources of assistance
  • Employment resources
  • School supplies
  • Counseling referral

The Need, The Results

According to a 2017 AJC report, more than 70% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. This means a loss of employment puts families in immediate financial hardship. Regardless of national unemployment statistics, low wages or a loss of a job can make it difficult—or impossible—for individuals and families to pay essential bills like housing, utilities and school fees.

Thanks to your donations and volunteer time, Lilburn Co-op provides:

  • Service to 4,000+ families, a total of 10,000+ neighbors each year
  • 100+ families with emergency financial assistance each month
  • 900+ families or individuals with food assistance through Kay’s Pantry each month
  • Holiday assistance to 700+ families annually during our Thanksgiving and Christmas outreaches