NORTH FULTON, Ga. — At a recent North Fulton Community Charities board meeting, the directors were informed the food bank was getting low. Jim Pope, president and chief executive officer of KeyWorth Bank, serves on the NFCC Board. He returned to the bank and shared with the KeyWorth staff the food needs of the charity. Several KeyWorth associates led by Rhonda Thornton, financial center manager of the Johns Creek office, jumped into action. They agreed to conduct a food drive during October in each of the three bank offices. Bank employees and customers were encouraged to donate food. The response was amazing, and they quickly filled up several tables and boxes of food for those less fortunate. The food was delivered to NFCC and the shelves are stocked again. KeyWorth participates in a number of community projects throughout the year.