Community Service

Atlanta REALTORS® Sponsor North Fulton Community Charities Holiday Assistance Program

October 23, 2020

The Atlanta REALTORS® Association is working with the NFCC this holiday season to help bring assistance to families in need across the Metro Atlanta area. With Thanksgiving around the corner, the ARA is launching a frozen turkey & donation drive to help families prepare their own Thanksgiving meals at home. The holiday assistance program is extremely important to the local families the NFCC serves because it allows them to enjoy the holiday season with their families without the financial burden the holidays often bring!

Thanksgiving Food & Turkey Drive

Last year, the NFCC Thanksgiving program served 445 families. This annual program provides families with a frozen turkey, grocery store gift card and bags of non-perishable food to prepare their own Thanksgiving meal at home.

Ways to get involved:

  • Donate non-perishable Thanksgiving food items. Click here to view the Thanksgiving food shopping list.
  • Donate frozen turkeys.
  • Donate Kroger or Publix grocery store gift cards in increments of $25.
  • Volunteer to help! There are volunteer opportunities between November 17 - 24.

Warm Coat Day

Last year, NFCC distributed 1,892 items including coats, jackets, hats, scarves and gloves, for adults and children.  Each year, NFCC collects new and gently worn coats and jackets as well as accessories such as hats, scarves and gloves, for adults and children, throughout the month of October culminating with a distribution that will be held the first week of November 2020. 

How to get involved:

  • Buy a new coat, jacket or accessories such as hats, scarves or gloves (children & adults sizes) to donate. Children’s sizes are the greatest need.
  • Clean out your closets and donate gently worn coats, jackets or accessories. Make sure the items are clean and ready to wear.
  • Shop from the NFCC's Target Wish List
  • Volunteer to Help! There are volunteer opportunities between October 30 - November 9.

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