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  • Chef G Garvin and Food Oasis' Cicely Garrett at Carver Neighborhood Market 2-18-18
  • Woman shopping at Carver Neighborhood Market
  • Group shot at Carver Neighborhood Market

Chef G Garvin Serves it Up at Neighborhood Market

Customers of Carver Neighborhood Market in South Atlanta were treated to a special surprise when Celebrity Chef G Garvin recently dropped by with peach cobbler, kale salad, jambalaya, chicken and more! 

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  • Glynn Jenkins of Kroger and Food Bank's Kyle Waide
  • Can Hunger Trucks
  • Food Drive
  • Food Drive
  • Food Drive

Another Fantastic Food Drive Season

As the final truckloads of food from Kroger’s “Can Hunger” food drive rolled in last week, we stood in awe of our community. Kroger customers alone contributed enough food for nearly 2 million meals. 

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  • Amerigroup

Growing Better Together

When the Atlanta Community Food Bank got its start nearly 37 years ago, we began sharing food with 50 different agencies that were feeding the hungry. Today that number has grown to more than 600, and they span across 29 counties. The Food Bank network of partner agencies is made up of food pantries, community kitchens, shelters, after school programs, senior centers and other nonprofits that provide food for people who need it. We often say we could never accomplish the work of fighting hunger without each other.

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  • Tracey and Kenny at Malachi's Storehouse
  • Tracy

Thankful for your Generosity

“My neighbor knew we needed food and brought me to Malachi’s,” said Tracey, a client and volunteer at Malachi’s Storehouse, a partner agency of the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Malachi’s provides groceries for 250 families like Tracey’s each week.  

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  • Seniors Esther and Del

When They Needed Help, You Made a Difference

“We grow up being very prideful,” said Esther, a retired nurse. “But you get to a point when things happen like they’ve happened in our lives, that you need a helping hand.” She and her husband Del, a veteran, found the help they need at Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry. The co-op, a partner agency of the Atlanta Community Food Bank, receives food from the Food Bank to provide nutritious groceries for hundreds of families, individuals and seniors.

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2016 MLK Day Essay Contest

The Atlanta Community Food Bank invites students between the ages of 8-17 to participate in our second annual MLK Day Essay Contest! This is an amazing opportunity for students to share personal narratives dealing with individual experience and reflections on Dr. King's legacy. All participants will be recognized at our MLK Day of Service Essay Contest Ceremony on January 18, 2016, at 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Winners of the contest will read their essays aloud and will receive awesome cash prizes and plenty of Food Bank swag!

Contest Rules

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Our Learning Kitchen Renovation is Complete!

Our beautiful, new Learning Kitchen exemplifies community. The power of coming together, of creating, learning and sharing, and bringing people to the table.

One of the challenges our clients face is eating healthy on a budget. One of our big commitments at the Food Bank over the last few years has been to improve the nutritional mix of product we have available. Fresh produce is now our largest product category that we distribute.  But that is just part of the solution.

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Holding On To Traditions

Recently, I sat down to help my kindergartener with a homework assignment about her three favorite family traditions. It reminded me how important traditions become during this time of year. Decorations come out of the attic, holiday travel plans come together and we reflect on those traditions that we cherish with our families and new ones we hope to start.

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Hope for the Holidays, and Beyond

Mary recently experienced a job loss. The single mom received her bachelor’s degree from Morris Brown College last year and is currently in the graduate program with Liberty University. She’s actively seeking a new job and is excited about some promising prospects, but she’s facing financial challenges in the meantime.

A Beacon of Light in Tough Times

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