is now open to help seniors who get citation and fine.
What is Clean Yard-Clean Community? Clean Yard-Clean Community (CYCC) is one of our programs. This is a low cost yard maintenance that help low-income seniors who are unable to perform and maintain their lawn. Sunrise of Hopes is working with the Senior Service of Gwinnett to help the seniors maintain their lawn to meet city codes and to have a positive image in the community. This program is a part of Sunrise of Hopes ‘Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative’. CYCC activities include mowing the lawn, trimming the bushes, edging the drive way & walk path and basic feed treatment.
Impact Statement Clean Yard-Clean Community (CYCC) program is a positive change to people’s lives and it improves the community’s image.
How does it work? The Senior Service of Gwinnett will submit a qualified senior to Sunrise of Hopes. Sunrise of Hopes will also select qualified seniors who submit forms through our website.
Sponsorship (CYCC) Anyone living in Gwinnett County can sponsor CYCC for your loved ones or someone you know that needs yard work. Sponsors can also help the general public who received a violation citation from the city police by submitting a service request through our website.
How much does it cost? The cost is your donation;for low-income seniors and disabled individuals. However, high-income seniors and others can submit a form online for SOH service with a reduced fee. (Example: ¼ acre lot is $25.00, 1 acre lot is $100)
Who can volunteer?Anyone 12 years and older can volunteer to do yard cleaning. This project is a great way to get families, friends and church groups involved in helping the community. The project is limited to what is defined on our website.
How to get involved. For more information on how to participate in CYCC, please contact Nam Sivilay, Community Service Director at 404-839-8789 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tom Xayavong, Executive Director at 678-739-8964 (email@example.com)