Apply for Financial Assistance

Eligibility Requirements

NFCC serves the Fulton County portion of the following zip codes: 30004, 30005, 30009, 30022, 30024, 30075, 30076, and 30097. If your primary residence is not within the Fulton County portion of these zip codes, please visit Find Help Georgia for information on assistance in your area.


Enter your address on our service area map to see if you are eligible.


To receive assistance you must have an interview with a caseworker by appointment only. If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, please fill out this form. If you only need food, you may come to the food pantry anytime during assistance hours.

Please Note: For all financial assistance requests, NFCC will require applicants to submit bank statements showing current financial position and all transactions from the last 30 days.  NFCC does not authorize hotel assistance.

What to bring to your appointment:

  • The applicant must bring a current photo ID and current proof of residency (preferably a lease, mortgage statement, gas, electric or water bill)
  • If rental or utility assistance is requested, the applicant must provide documentation of a recent lease or utility bill.
  • Current proof of income or separation letter for a job loss
  • The applicant must bring documentation that clarifies the emergency financial need such as receipts for medical expenses, car repairs, etc.

Assistance is based upon individual case assessment and cannot be determined over the phone.

Annual interviews are required to continue to receiving food, clothing vouchers and participate in community outreach programs.

Appointment Request

Hours of Operation for Assistance

NFCC follows the Fulton county school-closing schedule for inclement weather.


Please complete the appointment request form. Appointments are in-person.


Mon, Weds, Fri: 10am-5pm
Tues, Thurs: 10am-8pm

Food Pantry

Mon, Weds, Fri: 9am-4:30pm
Tues, Thurs: 9am-7:30pm
For food assistance, you must be present in the office by the times listed above.

Did You Know:

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