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North Fulton Community Charities Executive Director Honored

North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) Executive Director Barbara Duffy was recently honored by the Roswell Community Masjid (RCM) at their celebration of World Interfaith Harmony Week, an annual United Nations observance week. RCMs interfaith initiatives provide a platform for diverse communities to get to know each other, better understand each other, and work together.

Duffy was honored for her nearly 30 years of work in the community. In addition to her work leading NFCC to provide emergency services including food, clothing, rent and utilities assistance, and education to families and individuals struggling in the community, RCM recognized Duffy for her work to build an inclusive community.

Barbara puts faith into action by doing what is right and bringing together a community of all faiths, races, and diverse backgrounds to take care of everyone of all faiths, races and diverse backgrounds, said Roswell Community Masjids Public Relations Director Shaheen Bharde. She exemplifies the characteristics of a leader that all of our communities need.

Founded in 1983, NFCC serves as a human service agency dedicated to building self-sufficiency and preventing homelessness and hunger for residents in north Fulton in the cities of Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, and Roswell. NFCC assists families with basic essentials such as food, rent, utilities, and clothing for short-term emergencies. Adult education classes ranging from GED Prep and English to Financial Literacy and OSHA Certification are offered at no cost to help create a path to self-sufficiency for their clients. NFCC serves close to 10,000 individuals and 4,000 families each year at their facilities in Roswell.