North Fulton Community Charities has seen a dramatic increase in requests for help as a result of COVID-19. Find out more.
A special thanks to our leading supporters in response to this crisis:
Who we help
NFCC assists individuals and families with emergency need in North Fulton.
The communities we serve include Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, and Roswell.
North Fulton has a growing population of economically marginalized families. We serve 4,000+ families every year.
The average wage needed to pay for a 2 bedroom apartment is $21+, but minimum wage is only $7.25.
How we help
More than 100 local families receive food from NFCC every day.
We distribute more than $1.2MM in emergency financial assistance (rent, utilities, & other necessities) each year.
Our programs clothe over 1,100 families per year.
Over 1,400 adults take our life skills & workforce readiness classes yearly.
900+ families benefit from NFCC holiday programs for warm coats, Thanksgiving meals, and holiday toys.
Ways to Help
DONATE: Your monetary gifts support programs that build self-sufficiency in our community. Gifts of food, clothes, and household items also help.
VOLUNTEER: Time generously given to NFCC equals 52+ full-time employees.
SHOP AT THE THRIFT SHOP: Proceeds support the mission.
ADVOCATE: Advocate for unmet needs and services, host or attend a Poverty Simulation, and spread the word about our mission at NFCC.
The NFCC Calendar is your source for community events, classes, volunteer orientations, special events and more.
Due to COVID-19 precautions all events are cancelled until further notice.
NFCC Top Food Pantry Needs
We have a Client Choice Pantry; a computer inventory system that allows our clients to choose what they receive from the items in stock using a monthly points allowance. Giving clients a choice in what they receive gives them dignity, control and privacy while minimizing waste. Our most needed items list changes often based on demand. Check back for updates.