On Sunday, January 22, North Point Community Church's Intersect Project is having a food drive to benefit North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC). There are two simple ways you can help: bring food and volunteer your time.
Join us by bringing your food donation to church on January 22. Together we have an opportunity to fill the shelves of NFCC's pantry and put food on our neighbors' tables. Our goal: 30 tons of food or six pounds of food per person!
Help by bringing the most-needed items.
Monday, January 23, at North Fulton Community Charities
Help unload food donations at NFCC on the Monday after the food drive. Children must be 13 years old to volunteer at NFCC.
What is NFCC?
The mission of North Fulton Community Charities is to build self-sufficiency and prevent homelessness and hunger by providing emergency assistance and enrichment programs. By pooling the resources of local religious organizations, businesses, civic groups, and individuals, NFCC assists families with rent, utilities, transportation, food, clothing, medicine, and other basic needs. NFCC also has enrichment programs, coordinates special assistance to families during the holidays, and matches volunteers with projects.
For more information, please visit nfcchelp.org.
What is The Intersect Project?
Serving made simple is the goal of The Intersect Project—a North Point Ministries initiative to mobilize those who call one of our campuses their church home. The Intersect Project partners with nonprofit organizations that are already meeting the real needs of our communities.
For more information, visit our page.