North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) is a leader in North Fulton offering assistance to over 4,200 families.
North Fulton is not commonly perceived as an area that has problems associated with poverty. The relative affluence of the area masks the fact that an increasing number of families are barely making ends meet.
NFCC’s Mission is to build self-sufficiency and prevent homelessness and hunger in our community by providing emergency assistance and enrichment programs.
- NFCC serves the Fulton County portions of the following zip codes: 30004, 30005, 30009, 30022, 30024, 30075, 30076, 30092 and 30097.
- Annually, food is distributed over 23,000 times, over 1,300 families utilize clothing vouchers, and $1.2 million dollars is expended for direct aid to our clients in need of financial assistance.
- NFCC’s Education Center offers an array of classes and opportunities to help 1,200 adults move toward financial stability and self-sufficiency.
Although the demand for these services has increased significantly since its founding, NFCC continues to help hands-on, one family at a time.
NFCC is supported by:
- 12% from faith organizations
- 2% from civic groups
- 22% from individuals
- 7% from business
- 38% from income from the Thrift Shop
- 19% from grants (this includes United Way of Greater Atlanta & Fulton County Human Service Grant)
NFCC manages all general, administrative, and fundraising expenses with proceeds from Thrift Shop sales and grants. Community donations are used to help families with emergency needs and support our programs.
More information on NFCC can be found HERE.