“Donations of food and staples to our food pantry are always needed,” added York. “Families who use our food pantry instead of the grocery store can use the money saved towards housing, utilities and other expenses.”
Start 2022 off with a generous heart by donating or volunteering at local food pantries, thrift stores, cooperative ministries and other local non-profit organizations serving the metro Atlanta community.
Make tax-deductible donations, find a list of most needed items or volunteer at NFCC with information at www.nfcchelp.org.
“No matter what lies ahead in terms of the pandemic and its impact in the community, NFCC will be here to help those in need.”