Happy Fall!
We hope this newsletter finds you enjoying the change in season as the temperature hints that cooler weather is on its way. Meanwhile, there are m any things going on behind the scenes at Malachi's that we want to tell you about!   

Our New Website is Launched! 
Malachi's has launched a new  website filled with important information, great graphics and photos, and stories about who we are and how we've become what we are today. Please check it out  here

Web Designer is Patti Barrett, C ontent Editor is Wendy Lauber
Support Second Helpings, Malachi's largest resource of rescued food, by attending this great  Food Truck Event on 
Saturday, November 12th. 
Read more about it here:

Malachi's Volunteers Star in Promos for Atlanta Community Food Bank! 
Recently the ACFB came to St. Patrick's with a video crew to  interview  several of our volunteers about food scarcity and how the ACFB impacts their life. The interviews will appear as short ads for the ACFB to be aired on social media and as movie trailers in theaters. We will keep you posted as to when the ads air and will share them with you!

Tracy, Scott and Kathy S. doing interviews
Face it, doors are under appreciated. No one really pays attention to them.  They open, they close, they lock, they keep out the elements. And one day the doors don't work properly, and then they finally get the attention they deserve.

This is the story of the doors that have served Malachi's Storehouse for 25 years, through which we have moved 500,000 lbs of food in just this past year alone. It was clearly time to pay attention to the doors!  

Malachi's annual budget is allocated strictly for food so the expense of these new doors has hit us hard. The project cost $3500, which included all hardware and labor. We diligently shopped around for the very best price for industrial strength hardware, which is necessary due to the volume of food we move through them, particularly with a pallet driver. (Many thanks to Ramsay Hall for overseeing the door project). 

Bottom line is, we are asking for donations to help off-set this expense. Would you please make a small (or large) donation to Malachi's to help cover the cost of the door project? 

Here is the link to donate. And thank you for faithfully answering our call for support! 

  Hunger Action Month!
 Judi Carlson, Co-Director of Malachi's Storehouse, brought this message in  September to  Kittredge Magnet School  students and faculty to raise awareness of  the impact of hunger on children and families in our community.

 Kittredge hosted a canned food drive to support Hunger Action Month. Notice the  great visual display on the bulletin board that Judi created and the 1,200 canned  goods and non-perishable food items that were collected!

Thank you Judi Carlson and Kittredge Magnet School for supporting Malachi's 
during Hunger Action Month! 

Please and Thank You!
Please continue to bring us:
toiletries (travel-size shampoo, soap, lotion, razors, feminine products, tooth brushes and tooth paste)
plastic grocery bags
gently-used clean clothing

Thank you!
Kingswood United Methodist Church donated the unsold items from their Kidstuff Consignment Sale to Malachi's! We have been the recipient for several years now and our clients love the baby/children's clothing, toys and goods that we receive from them each time. And thanks to our MSH volunteers who sorted and transported the donated items to St. Patrick's! 
Malachi's Wednesday Hours:
Doors open at 11am
Lunch is served at 11:30am
Free Grocery Shopping from 1 to 3pm 

Kathy Malcolm-Hall, kmalcolmhall@yahoo.com
Judi Carlson, carlsondjnj@me.com

Malachi's Storehouse is an Outreach Ministry of 
St. Patrick's Episcopal Church

Malachi's Storehouse is a proud Partner Agency of

St. Patrick's Episcopal Church
4755 N. Peachtree Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
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