Alpharetta, Georgia – The holiday season is on our doorsteps, and Alpharetta residents and businesses are encouraged to once again make a meaningful difference in our community, extend their generosity, and show support to those in need by making a contribution to the ongoing Annual Holiday Food Drive, which started on November 18 and ends on Monday, December 18. This year’s annual food drive is focused on supporting the North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) Food Pantry
There are seven designated drop-off locations throughout Alpharetta where people can bring their donations during business hours:
- Alpharetta Adult Activity Center, located at 13450 Cogburn Rd.
- Alpharetta City Hall, located at 2 Park Plaza
- Alpharetta Community Center, at 175 Roswell St.
- Alpharetta First Baptist Church, located at 44 Academy St.
- Avalon Concierge/Valet Parking, at 400 Avalon Blvd.
- Preston Ridge Community Center, next to the YMCA at 3655 Preston Ridge Rd.
- Wills Park Recreation Center, located at 11925 Wills Rd.
Additionally, for those who prefer outdoor drop-off locations, there are four wooden trees in downtown Alpharetta where donations can be placed at any time. These collection points can be found outside City Hall, on the Town Green, at the corner of Milton Ave. and Canton Street, and on Canton Street between Milton Ave. and School Dr.
The NFCC Food Pantry has listed specific items that are in high demand this year. These include staple foods like peanut butter, pasta, and pasta sauce, as well as canned soups, mac and cheese, oatmeal, and cereal. Full-size toiletries, juice boxes, fruit cups, all tomato products, broths, small milk boxes, stew, Manwich, hash, canned fruit, canned beans, ramen, canned veggies, corn, and green beans are also greatly appreciated.
By participating in Alpharetta’s Annual Holiday Food Drive, residents and businesses are not only spreading holiday cheer but also making a difference in the lives of those in need. The NFCC Food Pantry plays a crucial role in providing food assistance to individuals and families facing hardship in the North Fulton community.
For more information about the North Fulton Community Charities Food Pantry please visit https://nfcchelp.org/food-bank.