MALACHI’S STOREHOUSE WILL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th.
WE WILL RE-OPEN ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
Malachi’s Celebrates New Refrigerator and Community Partners on Wednesday, October 14th, 2015!
Everyone is Welcome to Join Us! Simply RSVP to Wendy Lauber by Monday, October 12th.
Malachi’s To Participate in Pebble Tosser’s Non-Profit Expo!
On Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, Malachi’s will participate in the
Pebble Tossers Run/Walk/Serve 5K Expo at Brook Run Park.
Malachi’s is one of 22 non-profit exhibitors.
Click here for more information on the event.
Backpack Bonanza Was a Great Success!
In August, 2015, Malachi’s received 220 filled backpacks from the organization For The Kid in All of Us. We have received both backpacks and toys at Christmas from them for several years. Many of our volunteers attended the For The Kid event this year to pack backpacks.
We received over 43 backpacks and many bags of school supplies from our friends and neighbors at Kingswood United Methodist Church in Dunwoody. A big ‘thank you’ goes to Amanda Hickey of Kingwood UMC for organizing, collecting, and delivering this load to us!
And last, but certainly not least, the generous folks of St. Patrick’s answered our call by contributing $750 plus to purchase more backpacks and school supplies! Wow! This money will allow us to get to a total of 300 backpacks distributed!
Distribution was Wednesday, July 27th, and again on Wednesday, August 3rd. Just think of all those kids who are going back to school feeling prepared for the year ahead. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Dunwoody Crier Visits Malachi’s and Writes an Article About Us!
In July 2015, Malachi’s was visited by Laura Miller, reporter for the Dunwoody Crier. Laura spent several hours touring our Wednesday operations, and interviewing volunteers. Please read her great article here.
Construction of New Walk-in Refrigerator and Store Room is Complete!
In May of 2015, Malachi’s received a generous grant from the Atlanta Community Food Bank with which we were able to install a new walk-in refrigerator and re-configure the store room. The construction is now complete and we are moving back into our space. We are very excited to be able to receive and distribute even more food to our clients! With this grant, Malachi’s plans to increase the food output by 10% each year through 2018.
Malachi’s Receives Generous Grant From Atlanta Community Food Bank
Atlanta, GA (May, 2015) Malachi’s Storehouse, food pantry of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Dunwoody, is excited to announce that the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) has awarded the pantry a capacity building grant to help increase its ability to serve more people in the community. The grant will fund installation of a dedicated walk-in refrigerator and improve non-perishable storage space to increase the pantry’s capacity to receive and distribute food.
In 2014, Malachi’s distributed over 500,000 pounds of food to over 30,000 people in need of food assistance. With this grant, the pantry aims to increase those numbers by 10% each year through 2018.
Saint Patrick’s Garden Hits “Ton for Hunger” Goal
Volunteers have grown, collected or inspired donations of 2,011 pounds of food to Malachi’s Storehouse in first six months of the year. Tom Oder, Dunwoody Patch, June 2012
Art project to benefit food pantry garden
Sale of decorated wine bottle planters, vases will help fund vegetable beds for Malachi’s Storehouse at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. Tom Oder, Dunwoody Patch, March, 2012
3,352 Pounds of Produce to Charity
Community Garden’s 2011 Donations to Malachi’s Storehouse Easily Surpass “Ton for Hunger” Goal. Tom Oder, Dunwoody Patch, January 2012
Dunwoody Celebrates Food Day 2011
Malachi’s Receives Large, Unexpected Donation of Fruits, Vegetables; Community Garden on County Tour Today. Tom Oder, Dunwoody Patch, October, 2011
Malachi’s Storehouse Celebrates 20 Years of Giving
The St. Patrick’s storehouse helps families in need; outside a garden plot provides the food. Tom Oder, Dunwoody Patch, April, 2011