Frequently Asked Questions
We have options in our Thrift Store, Food Pantry, Intake Desk, General Office, and Education Center.
We have availability 6 days a week, morning through evening.
You will learn about the mission of NFCC. You will receive a packet of NFCC information, a tour and a chance to meet with NFCC staff and other volunteers. You will learn about the many opportunities in our organization and complete simple forms required by NFCC for volunteer service. We will discuss the best placement/schedule for your service. As soon as you sign up for Orientation on our online calendar, more information will be emailed to you.
Closed-toed shoes are a must! Wear comfortable, modest clothing. You may get a little bit dirty, so plan accordingly. We have gloves if you ask for them. We will give you a name tag and a volunteer T-shirt after you establish a volunteer schedule.
We have a limited number of small lockers available, but we prefer that you lock valuables out of sight in your car. We cannot be responsible for your personal items. We will try to provide water bottles and snacks, but you may also bring your own.
Park in the upper lot if space is available. If not, anywhere in the front parking area. Please stay out of the gated area and anywhere marked “Staff.”
No one under the age of 13 may volunteer with us under any circumstance. Teens 13-15 may volunteer with a parent or adult representative present at all times. Teens 16 and older may volunteer alone, with a parent signature on our waiver. Teens need to be scheduled and cannot just come with you during your shift.
Yes! You don’t get a discount, but everything is well-priced. We prefer you shop after your shift and will discuss this more at Orientation.
New Volunteer Orientation covers everything that you will need to know.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at North Fulton Community Charities. NFCC Offices and volunteer requests are currently closed for the Holidays. Our site will resume accepting volunteering requests on Thursday, January 2, 2020. Please check back then.
Did You Know:
1,400 adults took education classes at the NFCC Education Center on the path to self-sufficiency last year.