- North Fulton Community Charities
- Roswell Rotary
- Cross of Life Lutheran Church
- World Harvest Church
For questions or to get involved contact the North Fulton Community Charities Communications and Marketing Manager Sheila Sillitto at email@example.com or 678-387-4477 (office) or 404-428-1159 (mobile).
North Fulton Warming Center
Monday, January 20: The North Fulton Warming Center is not open tonight. If you need a referral for emergency services, come to the NFCC office at 11270 Elkins Road, Roswell, GA between 6-8pm tonight. The food pantry is open regular hours only.
North Fulton Community Charities has partnered with local churches, civic groups and individuals to activate a warming center in North Fulton when the weather creates safety issues for those that are our unprotected in our community. We need your help to ensure the safety of our neighbors. Please sign up below to volunteer when the warming center is activited (volunteers must be 18+ years of age), supply dinner for guests or to receive alerts when the warming center is open.
The decision to activate the warming center is made on a daily basis depending on weather conditions. To find out if the warming center is open:
- Visit the NFCC website and look for the alert at the top of the page.
- Call 678-387-4475 and listen to the recorded message.
- Announcements will be posted by 2pm if the center is open that evening.
When the warming center is open, follow these steps for check in:
6-8pm – Arrive at NFCC’s Main Building at 11270 Elkins Road, Roswell, GA 30076 for check-in and dinner.
9pm – Guests that wish to spend the night will be transported to a local church to sleep.
6:30am – Guests will depart the property immediately.
- First come, first served.
- Adults only. (Homeless individuals with children please contact the NFCC Office at 770-640-0399 during regular business hours to find out more about services that may be available.)
- ID required, no exceptions.
- No alcohol, drugs or weapons.
- Dinner and breakfast provided.
Did You Know:
NFCC serves over 600 homeless families each year.