Participating in the food drive is a simple way for you to make a difference in our community.
Food insecurity is a real issue for many. On June 9, we are having a food drive to benefit North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) and the people they serve. Here’s how you can help:
Together, we have an opportunity to fill the pantries of NFCC and put food on our neighbors’ tables. Join us in serving others by bringing your food donation to the church on June 9.
Check out these most-needed items.
Can’t make it to the food drive? Don’t have time to shop? You can make a financial donation. These organizations will use your donation to purchase the items they need the most.
Help collect and sort food donations during the food drive or join us at North Fulton Community Charities to unload and sort. Sign up as an individual, family, or group.
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.