Sarah Babrick/WES Leukemia Research Foundation
The WES Leukemia Research Foundation is a Gwinnett County birthed non-profit that is seeking the day When Everyone Survives by investing in new, innovative and potentially curative leukemia research. They work very hard to keep their overhead extremely low so that all funds raised go directly to research. Each spring, they have a Medical Advisory Board that reviews the grants submitted to WES from researchers all around the world and they determine the top grant recipients – who will receive $50,000 towards their research on July 1st. WES is thankful that even though a cure has not been found, yet, research that they have funded has been extremely successful in development and many new treatment options have been discovered that provide a better quality of life for those going through a battle with leukemia.
Cricket Elliot-Leeper/Explore Gwinnett
Explore Gwinnett, the county’s tourism office, is responsible for marketing Gwinnett County as a destination. They provide information on hotels, local events, attractions, restaurants and more. Explore Gwinnett is the go-to resource for anyone looking for what to do or where to stay in Gwinnett.
Greg Johnson/Comfort Keepers of John’s Creek
Comfort Keepers is a growing international franchise network offering personal care, companion care, and other care services allowing individuals to remain in the privacy and comfort of their own homes. Founded in 1998 by a registered home healthcare nurse and her husband, Comfort Keepers has grown to more than 756 locations in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Portugal, Australia, and Singapore.
Richard Schrader/Kona Ice
Kona Ice is the Koolest shaved ice truck around. With Kona Ice you get to Kustomize your own snow cone at their FLAVORWAVE.
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