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North Fulton Community Charities Hopes You'll 'Have a Heart'

A 28-day campaign with events in Alpharetta, Milton and other parts of North Fulton seeks to raise money and awareness for the non-profit organization.

North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) is launching their 2nd Annual Have A Heart for NFCC campaign in February, according to a press release. 

The initiative is supported by Alpharetta Mayor David Belle Isle, Johns Creek Mayor Mike Bodker, Milton Mayor Joe Lockwood, Mountain Park Mayor Jim Still and Roswell Mayor Jere Woods. The local leaders each signed a joint proclamation recognizing February as Have A Heart for NFCC month and “calling upon the citizens to join in the celebration by making a contribution in support of the great work that NFCC is doing to enhance the quality of life in our city,” stated the release.

As part of the month-long event, the Lions in Alpharetta will get help from The Original Pancake Factory for an event at Alpharetta First United Methodist Church, teens will jam at the Ed Isakson/Alpharetta Family YMCA, and ladies will be pampered by Davao Hair Studio, Milton Chiropractic, & Milton Pilates

The purpose of this 28-day campaign is to raise awareness and much needed funding for the programs and services offered by NFCC. This year marks 30 years since NFCC began serving the North Fulton community. The organization's mission is to:

Build self-sufficiency and prevent homelessness and hunger in our community by providing emergency assistance and enrichment programs.

The following events are planned to celebrate Have a Heart month:

 

Event

 

Jan. 29 - Ceviche

20 percent of proceeds will be donated

963 Canton Street, Roswell

5 p.m. - 9 p.m.

 

 

Feb. 5 - Faith Forum

Purpose: A Faithful Conversation about Sources that Encourage Us To Fix A Broken World

Theme: An Interfaith Panel Exploring Faith, Diversity, and Acts of Justice

Panelists: Rabbi Fred Greene (Temple Beth Tikvah), Dr. Lane Alderman (Roswell Presbyterian), The Rev. Ken Swanson (St David’s Episcopal), and Bassem Fakhoury (Roswell Community Majid)

St. David’s Episcopal 1015 Old Roswell Road in Roswell

7 p.m.

Suggested donation $10

 

Feb. 16 - Lions Pancake Breakfast

Sponsor: The Original Pancake House

Alpharetta First United Methodist Church (Trinity Hall)

69 North Main Street, Alpharetta

8 a.m. until Noon

Cost: $5 per person

 

Feb. 16 - Rock 4 A Reason

Purpose: Jam Session for Teens

Featuring: Multiple Talents

Ed Isakson/Alpharetta Family YMCA

3655 Preston Ridge Road, Alpharetta

Cost: $5 per person at the door

Time: 7 p.m. -11 p.m.

 

 

Feb. 21 - Pampered For A Purpose

Purpose: A ladies’ night of pampering

Services Provided by: Davao Hair Studio, Milton Chiropractic, & Milton Pilates

12540 Broadwell Road, Bldg 100, Milton, 30004

5 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Cost: $30 per person

 

For more information on North Fulton Community Charities, or to inquire about the Have A Heart Campaign, please contact Vonda Malbrough, Development Director, at 678-387-4459, or through e-mail at vmalbrough@nfcchelp.org or visit the website.

Debbie Zimmerer January 22, 2013 at 04:25 PM
I love this, let me know how my business can get involved, Ivy Interiors, and whom I need to contact. Is it Vonda Malbrough, I will try that contact first. Let's all try to get on board in some way, to help this wonderful organization in North Fulton County.

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