A little Grace

Todd and I were stopped today and asked about Helping Feed Atlanta and what we do. I love when this happens because I love talking about it. Please meet Amy and Grace. Grace is the little one. We always meet the nicest people on our route and here are two more. Thanks for stopping us, Amy.

One-on-one time

I’ve known Suehyla El-Attar for a long time but I never got to spend much one-on-one time with her. Today she volunteered to help Helping Feed Atlanta and we hung out, making it a great day for me. First stop was Whole Foods Ponce where we were given a lot of donated fruits and veggies,…

Thank you, Costco

As I wrote an email to another potential Costco partner (that would make three), I calculated how much rescued produce Helping Feed Atlanta (with the help of Second Helpings Atlanta, Inc. and Atlanta Community Food Bank at Cumberland) has picked up and distributed since our partnership with the Brookhaven and Cumberland Costco stores. A conservative…

Sayings

It hasn’t always been easy finding volunteers for Helping Feed Atlanta. The people of Malachi’s Storehouse and Toco Hills Community Alliance have been and still are great resources for volunteers and now, TFI Works, a part of Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta – JF&CS has become very important to us. Mark Greenberg, an…