Fulton Neighborhood Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving life in Fulton neighborhood.
Mission: FNA fosters community connections, supports learning and growth, encourages city engagement, and contributes to the fabric of a stronger community
Vision: A neighborhood where every resident is heard, valued, empowered, and engaged with each other and the broader community.
We engage residents in numerous ways:
- We host events such as the Fulton Fall Festival, summer ice cream social, story strolls, neighborhood happy hours, community dinners, chili cook off, and more!
- Keep residents informed through quarterly newsletters mailed to each home as well as enews and social media throughout the year.
- We serve as a bridge between the city and residents about road construction, new developments, and other issues.
Examples of our work
- 10 Free community dinners in 2023 serving over 70 neighbors each.
- Pollinator plant give away.
- Striped one of the tennis courts at Pershing for pickle ball.
- Created a Free Little Food Pantry near the free little library at Pershing Park.
- Created a pantry garden full of fresh produce the whole neighborhood can enjoy.
- We offer home security rebates for people looking to add or upgrade a security system, helping to make us all safe.
- Supporting our local Farmer's Market, Neighborhood Roots with a $2,000 grant for their new BIPOC scholarship program
- Annual small grants program which have gone to our schools, robotics team, boy scout troups, local businesses, local musicians, and more!
All of this cannot be done without the help of gifts from our neighbors. Please consider making Fulton Neighborhood Association a part of your give to the Max Day giving. Together we can keep making Fulton better place we can all enjoy.