Malachi’s Storehouse Overflows with Thanks

Food Pantry at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church Is Grateful for Community Support

 “At Malachi’s Storehouse, 2020 has been a year filled with challenges but also overflowing with enormous gratitude,” says Judi Carlson, Director of Malachi’s Storehouse, an outreach ministry of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church dedicated to addressing food insecurity in metro Atlanta.

“Since March, we have provided more than 500,000 pounds of fresh as well as shelf-stable food to more than 2,700 households, all via our new drive-through system that was implemented because of COVID-19. In other years, we serve about 125 families per week, but this year that number has grown exponentially with the addition of people who lost their jobs as well as a large number of families with young children who no longer can count on regular school lunches,” notes Carlson.

“We are so grateful to the many individuals and organizations who have joined Malachi’s Storehouse efforts in 2020. It takes a generous and hardworking community to consistently support what we do, and we give thanks to all who have stepped up in so many different ways to make Malachi’s Storehouse a beacon during this very dark year.”

Special thanks from Malachi’s Storehouse to:

  • Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch
  • Jean Cronan
  • Barry Deutsch
  • Shari Dickerson
  • Peter Forbes
  • Tom Fullilove
  • Brian Gamble
  • Erika Harris
  • Martha Myers
  • Robin Neal, Sumeet Jain, and GE
  • Art Simon, Eleanor Geddes and the Charity Bed gardeners from the Dunwoody Community Garden
  • Wednesday lunch providers (Elisha B, Jan S, Beth D, Bonnie S, Judy R)
  • Malachi’s Wednesday youth team (Cooper, Finley, Addison, Carter, and others)
  • St. Patrick’s Kitchen Project: Vestry, staff, endowment board, Episcopal Community Foundation, donors
  • Malachi’s Storehouse Board & volunteers
  • Borden Dairy
  • Chamblee United Methodist Church
  • Clubhouse Atlanta / Freddy Morello
  • DeKalb Human Services
  • Ecuadorian Society
  • Gilly’s Bar
  • Helping Feed Atlanta / David Skoke
  • Helping Mamas
  • JFCS
  • Rotary Club of Dunwoody / Kobelah Bennah


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