FOR MALACHI’S, OUR PARTNERS ARE AT THE CORE OF OUR SUCCESS.

FOR MALACHI’S, OUR PARTNERS ARE THE CORE OF OUR SUCCESS.

 

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT OUR RECENT $10,400 GRANT?

Malachi’s Storehouse is excited to announce that we are the recipient of a grant of $10,400 from Episcopal Community Foundation of Middle and North Georgia (ECF). This grant is to be used to purchase protein for our food pantry from the Atlanta Community Food Bank for the period of 1 year.

How did this happen?
“Each year the Episcopal community shows up to not only participate in the Hunger Walk/Run, but to raise funds to support those facing food insecurity in our community,” said Lindsey Hardegree, Executive Director for the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia. “The need is great. More than 25 percent of Georgia children face food insecurity, and Georgia is seventh in the nation for senior citizens facing hunger. Funds raised by our parishes through the Hunger Walk/Run are granted back to our communities to help end hunger.”

Episcopal parishes throughout the city walked and raised money for ECF in the Hunger Walk this year, just as St. Patrick’s walked for Malachi’s. In turn, ECF granted a portion of their proceeds from the Hunger Walk back to Malachi’s! This truly is an Episcopal community effort to support those facing food insecurity in our communities!ECF-Logo-Main-300ppi

OUR SUCCESS
We are successful at what we do because of our wonderful partnerships with great organizations in the community.  These partners provide Malachi’s with everything we need to ensure that our clients have what they need.

FOOD
In addition to being a proud partner agency of the Atlanta Community Food Bank, our food partners support us in a variety of ways. From delivering the fresh produce rescued from Costco to hosting canned food drives at local churches or schools, these partners are the backbone of the network of food that is distributed by Malachi’s every week.

Atlanta Community Food Bank
Chamblee United Methodist Church
Dunwoody Community Garden
Helping Feed Atlanta
I Care Atlanta
Peachtree Charter Middle School
Second Helpings Atlanta

TOYS
Our toy partners are very enthusiastic about collecting 600 toys for our clients’ children at Christmas. Our toy partners host toy collection boxes at their place of business and encourage their employees and clientele to donate toys. Some of our partners, like Girl Scout Troop #15209, seek toy donations from their neighbors, friends and community members for Malachi’s.

Church of the Redeemer
Chesnut Elementary School
FB4K Atlanta
For the Kid in All of Us
Girl Scout Troop #15209 of Dunwoody
Great American Insurance Group
Hancock Askew & Co.
Harry Norman Realtors, Atlanta Perimeter Office
Huntley Hills Elementary School
Kingswood United Methodist Church
Kittredge Magnet School for High Achievers
Peachford Hospital
Stingrays Cheer Gym
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church
Wilson Family Chiropractic

BACKPACKS
Our backpack partners are dedicated to the belief that children perform better in school with the right tools. These partners collect supplies and backpacks for Malachi’s and we, in turn, distribute them before school begins in August.

Cox Enterprises
For the Kid in All of Us
Kingswood United Methodist Church
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church

CLOTHING, TOILETRIES AND DIAPERS
As our client base grows and changes, we try to adapt to our clients’ needs by providing additional items necessary for daily living. Over the years we have added clothing, diapers and toiletries to our distribution. We rely on our partners to provide us with these items through drives held by them and the generosity of individuals who donate to us regularly.

Chamblee United Methodist Church
Cox Enterprises
Becky Veal of Keller Williams Realty
Helping Mamas

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church
The Packaged Good 

 

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT OUR RECENT $10,400 GRANT?

Malachi’s Storehouse is excited to announce that we are the recipient of a grant of $10,400 from Episcopal Community Foundation of Middle and North Georgia (ECF). This grant is to be used to purchase protein for our food pantry from the Atlanta Community Food Bank for the period of 1 year.

How did this happen?
“Each year the Episcopal community shows up to not only participate in the Hunger Walk/Run, but to raise funds to support those facing food insecurity in our community,” said Lindsey Hardegree, Executive Director for the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia. “The need is great. More than 25 percent of Georgia children face food insecurity, and Georgia is seventh in the nation for senior citizens facing hunger. Funds raised by our parishes through the Hunger Walk/Run are granted back to our communities to help end hunger.”

Episcopal parishes throughout the city walked and raised money for ECF in the Hunger Walk this year, just as St. Patrick’s walked for Malachi’s. In turn, ECF granted a portion of their proceeds from the Hunger Walk back to Malachi’s! This truly is an Episcopal community effort to support those facing food insecurity in our communities!ECF-Logo-Main-300ppi

OUR SUCCESS

We are successful at what we do because of our wonderful partnerships with great organizations in the community.  These partners provide Malachi’s with everything we need to ensure that our clients have what they need.

FOOD
In addition to being a proud partner agency of the Atlanta Community Food Bank, our food partners support us in a variety of ways. From delivering the fresh produce rescued from Costco to hosting canned food drives at local churches or schools, these partners are the backbone of the network of food that is distributed by Malachi’s every week.

Atlanta Community Food Bank
Chamblee United Methodist Church
Dunwoody Community Garden
Helping Feed Atlanta
I Care Atlanta

Peachtree Charter Middle School
Second Helpings Atlanta

TOYS
Our toy partners are very enthusiastic about collecting 600 toys for our clients’ children at Christmas. Our toy partners host toy collection boxes at their place of business and encourage their employees and clientele to donate toys. Some of our partners, like Girl Scout Troop #15209, seek toy donations from their neighbors, friends and community members for Malachi’s.

Church of the Redeemer
Chesnut Elementary School
FB4K Atlanta
For the Kid in All of Us

Girl Scout Troop #15209 of Dunwoody
Great American Insurance Group
Hancock Askew & Co.
Harry Norman Realtors, Atlanta Perimeter Office
Huntley Hills Elementary School
Kingswood United Methodist Church
Kittredge Magnet School for High Achievers
Peachford Hospital
Stingrays Cheer Gym
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church

Wilson Family Chiropractic

BACKPACKS
Our backpack partners are dedicated to the belief that children perform better in school with the right tools. These partners collect supplies and backpacks for Malachi’s and we, in turn, distribute them before school begins in August.

Cox Enterprises
For the Kid in All of Us
Kingswood United Methodist Church
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church

CLOTHING, TOILETRIES & DIAPERS
As our client base grows and changes, we try to adapt to our clients’ needs by providing additional items necessary for daily living. Over the years we have added clothing, diapers and toiletries to our distribution. We rely on our partners to provide us with these items through drives held by them and the generosity of individuals who donate to us regularly.

Chamblee United Methodist Church
Cox Enterprises

Becky Veal of Keller Williams Realty
Helping Mamas

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church
The Packaged Good 

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lbs. of rescued food from our partners

Toys distributed at Christmas

Backpacks for school distributed

Packages of diapers distributed each week