Pinnacle Pool Services Donates $500 to Local Food Bank, North Gwinnett Co-Op

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As the local food bank is getting overwhelmed by an increase in patrons, Pinnacle Pool Services is stepping up to help North Gwinnett Co-Op feed the community.

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My team and I have been very fortunate to maintain a steady income during this time. We care about our customers and our community.

Pinnacle Pool Services, a local Atlanta pool cleaning, maintenance, and repair company, is doing its part to help their community during COVID-19. The company has donated $500 to the North Gwinnett Co-Op, a local food bank that provides relief for seniors, children, and families that cannot afford to provide for themselves. The charitable efforts carried out by Pinnacle Pool Services are providing a much-needed break for North Gwinnett Co-Op. Due to COVID-19, this facility has had more food distributed among the community in just two months compared to its services as a whole in 2019.

“When faced with a crisis like COVID-19, your primary focus is your family,” says Pinnacle Pool Services owner Greg Stephens. “You don’t really think about people who are already in need, and how they are being impacted by a pandemic. When local food banks and other emergency services become overwhelmed by an increase in community members who suddenly find themselves unable to afford food or other basic necessities, it can cause a strain on these establishments that is unsustainable. My team and I have been very fortunate to maintain a steady income during this time. We care about our customers and our community. That’s why we’re taking steps to do what we can to help out with crucial establishments that are keeping families healthy and well.”

About Pinnacle Pools
This Atlanta pool service company provides a wide range of services to local pool owners. With seasonal maintenance programs, timely repair services, and pool inspections, this company has been helping homeowners enjoy their pools for nearly 25 years. Community members have been enjoying the friendly staff and quality solutions of Pinnacle Pool Services all year long, despite the pandemic. Stephens has taken care to ensure that neither staff or client is at risk of spreading COVID-19 during a service call. His team follows a strict regimen that complies with federal and state guidelines regarding the pandemic.

“With many people practicing Safer at Home policies, it’s hard to find ways to stay entertained,” states Stephens. “A pool owner can’t enjoy the water if their pool isn’t clean or working properly. My team and I understand how important it is for families to have activities to enjoy and bond over during this time. We are making sure our customers’ pools stay clean and safe.”

To learn more about Pinnacle Pool Services, please visit: https://www.pinnaclepoolservices.com/

About North Gwinnett Co-Op
Since 1991, this establishment has been providing food, clothing, financial assistance, and spiritual support to its community. North Gwinnett Co-Op receives its resources from committed volunteers from a variety of backgrounds, including congregations, businesses, schools, and community members. The mission of North Gwinnett Co-Op is to help provide for the needs of families and individuals and helping these people find a path towards self-sufficiency.

North Gwinnett Co-Op serves these communities:

  • Buford
  • Sugar Hill
  • Suwanee
  • Gwinnett County portions of Auburn
  • Gwinnett County portions of Braselton
  • Gwinnett County portions of Hoschton

To learn more about this local food bank, visit: https://northgwinnettcoop.org/

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