Growing with Purpose


The vitality of a community depends on the well-being of all its residents. 

North Fulton consistently ranks among the most affluent areas in Georgia. However, many neighbors working in public service, retail, and health care, live very close to the edge—one missed paycheck, illness, or major expenditure away from homelessness. For nearly 40 years, NFCC has cared for our community’s residents with the focus to build self-sufficiency and prevent homelessness and hunger. 

With the support of our volunteers and community, NFCC has helped tens of thousands of families who struggle to stay housed, pay monthly bills, feed and clothe their families because they are experiencing a financial crisis. Two years ago, we began to implement our strategic plan to expand our facilities and build our capacity to serve these and future families in need.

The COVID-19 public health and economic crises have further highlighted the urgency to build the capacity. As we work to meet the increasing need for emergency assistance, we are simultaneously preparing for the increase in demand for workforce development and educational support programs for families for years to come.

Our expansion will double our existing space, renovate our food pantry and remodel our thrift store. The $6.2 million Growing with Purpose capital campaign will increase capacity to deliver specialized support, programs, and services that help families meet their basic needs, achieve self-sufficiency and strengthen our community. 

For more information or to learn how you can help, please contact:

Holly M. York
Executive Director
Sherri Morgan
Director of Development

Did You Know:

NFCC serves over 600 homeless families each year.