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NFCC

  1. 1. North Fulton Community Charities Based in Roswell, GA Assists Families and Individuals in Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton and Roswell Project: Help with the NFCC Financial Assistance Program
  2. 2. Description of Agency • Primary Source of Human Service assistance in North Fulton since 1983 • Overview of agencies services: – Financial Assistance Program – Food Pantry – Thrift Shop – Seasonal/Special Projects • Holiday Programs; Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving and more • Back to school Program • Warm Coat Program • Case workers saw 4,632 families in 2008 – 85 families/day in 2007 – 135 families/day this winter
  3. 3. Proposed Project to support Financial Assistance Program • Program assists local Families & Individuals in Need • Goal to maintain stability during emergencies due to unexpected: – Job loss – Injury, Illness – Divorce, abandonment – Medical concerns • Goal to make sure that 85% of our families are able to maintain stability during their financial crisis. • Project success can be measured by the # and % of families assisted who are able to remain in their homes through these crises
  4. 4. Project Costs and CG Grant Request • Support our Financial Assistance Program • Forecast for emergency assistance $961,563 (Actual for 2008= $872,014) CG funds would be used only to assist local families with emergency needs. A $40,000 grant would stabilize and prevent eviction for an estimated 160 families. Total agency Forecast Assistance 961,563* Program Services (Case Management, Food Pantry 576,109 Thrift Shop, Holiday Program, Budget Classes, etc): Administration: 434,496 Fundraising 59,286 Total $2,031,454 *Assistance does not include value of in-kind goods (food, etc): $2,200,000 in 2008 in-
  5. 5. CG Grant Requests Previous CG recipient—results recipient— Grants for assistance in 2009 TBD 2008 $40,000 2007 $40,000 2004 $40,000 2000 $140,000 1988 $ 1,200 Grant for Capital Campaign 2005 $38,100 Grant for Katrina 2005 $ 5,000 Grant for Homestretch 1992 $18,682
  6. 6. NFCC Agency Strengths • Board of Directors – 23 Community Leaders • 11 Full time, 6 Part time employees • Hundreds of Volunteers • Partners: 65 church/synagogues 81 Civic Organizations (including CG) 450+ local businesses 66 Schools 100’s of individuals & families
  7. 7. NFCC Agency Strengths • Collaboration with other service providers to ensure assistance is coordinated and addresses range of family’s needs. • 100% of moneys donated by the community goes directly to families in need. Administration and personnel expenses are covered by retail income from our Thrift Shop and grants such as United Way and Fulton County.
  8. 8. Agency Challenges • NFCC income has Increased 20% • But Requests are up 45% – Therefore ability to help individual families is less • All forecasts are that the depressed economy will not recover for 18 + months. More and more families will be needing help at a time when fewer and fewer are able to donate funds.

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