Hotel Avalon Supports NFCC

Want to start the new year by making a difference?  Well, kick off the new year with  a black-tie Grand Opening Gala supporting North Fulton Community Charities on Saturday, January 20th. Put on your tux and dancing shoes, pop the bubbly and celebrate the opening of Alpharetta’s first luxury hotel! Tickets:


Having the Courage to Care

Help your local neighbors in need this Holiday Season by giving of your time, talent, and treasure . Together we can help keep a family warm and housed, a child clothed and nourished, and provide a parent with the skills they need to improve their quality of life.   Together we will support our mission: To build self-sufficiency and prevent homelessness and hunger in our community by providing emergency assistance and enrichment programs.

Making An Impact

North Fulton Community Charities thanks our community for your generous support.  Because of you, in 2016 we helped 10,474 individuals, provided $1,198,253 in emergency financial assistance, gave out food 23,651 times, helped 1,215 adults with workforce readiness and life skills and kept 1,960 families in their homes.  Follow-up studies confirm that 91% of those assisted financially remain stably housed for 90 days or more.  

Our Story

North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) is a non-profit human service agency dedicated to building self-sufficiency and preventing homelessness and hunger for residents living north of the Chattahoochee River in Fulton County (Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park and Roswell). NFCC assists families with basic needs such as food, rent and utilities, clothing, and adult education classes during short term emergencies. Click here to read more about us!

Water Wednesday

Did you know that approximately 10,000 individuals living in the North Fulton area (Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Roswell and Mountain Park) are either unemployed, underemployed or without basic resources like food, clothing and shelter? Our agency has created a really simple way for you to help. It’s called Water Wednesday. For the next 10 weeks (or longer if you wish), we are challenging you to drink only water and donating $5.00 or more to NFCC. It is most likely what you would have spent on coffee, tea or some other beverage and here at NFCC we can put it to good use.

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NFCC would like to thank our community for supporting our 2017 Holiday Program. With your help, we provided 1,726 children and 645 families  with the means and gifts to celebrate the holiday season. We would like to thank the 650 volunteers for giving of their time and talent.

Looking forward to a successful 2018!