Growing with Purpose

CAMPAIGN SUPPORTERS

NFCC is incredibly grateful to the donors who made the Growing with Purpose Capital campaign possible. 

$100,000+

A Friend of the Charity

 

Fraser-Parker Foundation

 

Olive and Roby Robinson

$50,000+

 

Kathie and Jim Pope

 

Mary and Chris Good

 

Sue and Millard Choate

 

Michele and Mike Kendrick

 

A Friend of the Charity

$25,000+

 

A Friend of the Charity

 

The Vasser Woolley Foundation, Inc.

 

Adwoa Atwoti

 

Beth and John Carpentier

 

Judy and Mike Hampton

 

Julia Kennedy

 

Lisa and Bruce Gunning

 

Patricia and Jeff Andrews

 

Stephanie and Dave Nelson

 

Dawn and Matt Broms

$10,000+

Carol Geiger and Henry Anthony

Kerri and Dennis Booker

CFI Real Estate Holdings, Inc.

Charity Guild of Johns Creek

Credigy

Carol W. Harrison

Cathy and Doug Irvine

Ed LaHouse

Hamida and Stan Little

Northminster Presbyterian Church

Cheryl and Mark Owens

Perimeter Church

Karen and Matt Powell

Renasant Bank

Rotary Club of Alpharetta

St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church

Cheryl and Ted Schwartz

Kathy and Vernon Starr

Synovus

The Benjamin F. Brady Charitable Foundation

The Page Family

Holly McBee York

Miriam and Kenneth Davis

Karen and John Hipes

The John and Mary Franklin Foundation

Connie and Ted Fuhrer

Jim and Kim Cherry Charitable Fund

Frank and Terry Brown Charitable Fund

Kathy Avery

Irma Rodriguez and Fred Fernandez

Aileen and Doug Horton

$5,000+

Kathryn and Jeff Albright

Alpharetta First United Methodist Church

Catherine and Bill Brower

Tina Marie Bull

Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia

Kathryn and Charles Curtis

Data Media Associates

Misty Fernandez

IBEX IT Business Experts

Martica and Lee Jenkins

Sherri Morgan

North GA UMC Housing and Homeless Council

St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church

St. James United Methodist Church

Lisa Glauber Shippel

The Hartford

Michelle and Richard Trainor

Zion Missionary Baptist Church

C.L. Burks Construction

Catholic Foundation of North Georgia

Tom McMurrain

Kathy and Vernon Starr

Did You Know:

The government says housing is “affordable” if a family spends no more than 30% of their income to live there.