UPCCA Community Service Scholarship Awards

Applications are to be submitted online by clicking here. 

2 Scholarships will be awarded for $1,000 each

The United Peachtree Corners Civic Association (UPCCA) is once again proud to offer a Community Service Scholarship for High School Seniors who reside in Peachtree Corners.The 2022 Scholarships will be awarded to students who have made the commitment to volunteer outside of school hours during their high school years. 

 If you know a high school senior who meets the qualifications, have them:

•Complete the Online Scholarship Application (click here) The online application includes areas to upload your documentation for the essay and service activities. 

•Write and/or video a 300 word essay on his/her community service work that had the greatest influence on them and why. 

•Include a Community Service listing of all activities he/she participated in while in high school.

The winners will be chosen strictly on their participation in community service. Thank you for helping the UPCCA reach out to the appropriate students.

In order to qualify for one of the two UPCCA scholarship, you must live within Peachtree Corners and/or be a member of the UPCCA. Click here for information on becoming a member of UPCCA  or contact UPCCA president Matt Lombardi at 770-548-2989.

UPCCA  Star Award 


The City of Peachtree Corners is fortunate to have many unsung heroes who help others day after day. The United Peachtree Corners Civic Association (UPCCA) Star Awards Dinner is our opportunity to honor those in our community who are willing to contribute time, talents, resources and energy to better our city.

Awards will be given out in the following categories:​

  • Business-Neighborhood Partnership
  • Community Partner
  • Difference Maker
  • Friend of Peachtree Corners
  • Paul Duke Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Rising Star

Event Date: TBD


UPCCA is once again teaming up with community members and our city officials to clean up the streets around our beautiful city. When we as a community have a common cause, it creates a powerful way to meet new neighbors and build a greater sense of community. The event is part of The Great American Cleanup, sponsored by Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful. The Great American Cleanup represents the nation's largest annual community improvement program. 

Volunteers will work in small teams alongside city officials to clean up various litter and illegal signs around various roads in the city of Peachtree Corners. All supplies including bright safety vests, gloves, bags, large grippers and water will be provided. When neighborhoods come together around environmental initiatives, everyone WINS, by making a positive and lasting impact within our own community.
Adults and children 12 years old and older (accompanied by an adult) are invited and encouraged to participate. Rain date TBD. For more information or to organize your subdivisions group, please contact Matt Lombardi at mattlombardiupcca@yahoo.com