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Spring 2009 We’re 30! A Journey of Faith and Hope CNN Reporter Takes Food Stamp Challenge Planting Season has Arrived! Sharing Our Memories Contents A Journey of Faith and Hope Bill Bolling, ACFB Executive Director Summer 2009 With this issue of Foodsharing we celebrate Letter from the Director 2 our 30th year. These years are full of great memories, milestones and accomplishments. Agency of the Quarter 4 Most importantly, many people’s lives, includ- ing my own, have been indelibly touched. Volunteers of the Quarter 5 Givers and receivers alike have been enriched by their experience with the Food Bank. The Food Stamp Challenge 6 From where we sit today, one might assume that the Atlanta Community Food Bank was a Planting Season has Arrived! 7 great vision - planned and executed according to a speciﬁc set of values and developmental principles. And there’s a good deal of truth to Sharing 30 Years of Memories 8 that. But, in hindsight, it’s really been a jour- ney of faith and hope, believing in the power What’s Cooking at the Food Bank? 10 of people and ideas, of hard work and risk taking, of courage and creativity – believing, as we do, that positive change will only come our new facility, and we’re able to serve our Upcoming Events 12 if we are true to our mission and to ourselves. partner agencies in ways we could have only Most importantly, it has been meaningful dreamed of before. Thank You for Joining the Fight 13 work which has come out of a deep calling to Most often, opportunities just naturally serve. “...our need to serve, to reach out to our neighbor, to give a EDITORS helping hand, will never change, because while we are helping Angie Clawson others, it fulﬁlls something very meaningful in ourselves.” Amy Hudson REGULAR CONTRIBUTORS When we started, we couldn’t conceive of fell into place. Food gardens have sprung up Bill Bolling, Angie Clawson, Fred Conrad, Cedric Davis, Leslie all the places we would go. Sometimes things in neighborhoods all over the Atlanta region Hamilton, Daphne Hill, Amy didn’t make sense at ﬁrst glance. A food through our Community Gardens project; Hudson, John Montgomery, bank seemed an unlikely place to open a free thousands of people are being educated about Barabara Overton, Carol Richburg, school supply store. But we now distribute hunger and poverty through our Hunger Sarah Robertson, Suzanne Roush, brand new school supplies to more than 4,000 101 program; we’ve developed an incredible Holly Royston, Judy Stamps and teachers each year. Other times, a new idea volunteer force at our Product Rescue Center; Naretha Timberlake seemed too monumental to take on; but we excess meals from some of the best dining were compelled to move on it. Flipping day establishments in town are served to the COVER PHOTO shifts to night for half of our staﬀ to pick up hungry through our Atlanta’s Table project; Marcus Krause food during the 1996 Olympics seemed crazy. thousands of eligible workers are receiving But it was hugely successful, and we would free tax preparations, tax credits, food stamps INSIDE PHOTOS do it over again in a heartbeat. Conducting and other key earned beneﬁts through the Angie Clawson, CNN, Natasha our ﬁrst-ever capital campaign during a tight Atlanta Prosperity Campaign; the community Daniels, Amy Hudson, Marcus Krause and Naretha Timberlake economy seemed risky. But we desperately comes out in full force for our Hunger Walk needed a new facility; we had faith that our each year; and this year – when we were liter- DESIGN community would come through for us, and ally stopped in our tracks by snow – people Fain & Tripp, Inc. they did. Four years later, we’re at home in rallied and contributed over $400,000 – more 2 Board of Directors funds than any other year in the history of There are no shortcuts or magic answers. 2008/2009 OFFICERS the event. We have been betting our future on a real- Chair Richard LeBer As much as we’ve been able to accomplish, ity that could not be sustained. And yet, Vice Chair there are some things that haven’t changed. many of us who have worked for change Don Heroman Society still has waste and excess alongside and transformation ﬁnd these times full of Secretary Hilary Wilson hunger and poverty. Wages are still too low, opportunity. Treasurer and the gap between the haves and have-nots On a very personal note, the great joy Phil Tague Atlanta’s Table Chair has grown dramatically. In 1970, CEO salary of this work has been the people. There Arlene Glaser and bonus packages were typically about have been times of frustration, heart break Kids In Need Chair Sally Rhoden $700,000 – 25 times the average production and disappointment; of trusts broken and worker’s salary; by 2000, CEO salaries had opportunities lost. But even those were 2008/2009 BOARD MEMBERS Precious Anderson jumped to almost $2.2 million on average, 90 instructive and helped me to better know Jere Brady times the average salary of a worker. Toss in myself. The people I have known – who David Eidson stock options and other beneﬁts, and the sal- patiently taught me how things really work, Bob Freeman ary of a CEO was nearly 500 times the average who inspired me to continue when I was Mike Kane worker’s salary. In recent years the gap has unsure of myself, who graciously gave their Allegra Lawrence-Hardy become even wider, with the top 50 hedge time, talent and resources; who trusted me David Leeds Rose Perry fund managers making 19,000 times that of and made me a better person – they were Chip Presten the average worker. We clearly haven’t been all essential to the Food Bank’s success. Joseph Sisto thinking very deeply about the implications I have particularly enjoyed getting to Jeﬀ Smith of such trends. This might also explain why know other cultures, religious beliefs and Marjy Stagmeier nearly 40% of the people needing help with traditions. I have fulﬁlled a dream to work GENERAL COUNSEL food today already have a full-time job. across religious lines and create common David Long-Daniels How do we account for the condition ground and common work. Food has been EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of these times? After 30 years, how do we the connector, the container, the tool that Bill Bolling defend so many resources going to emergency has transformed lives. subsistence vs. changing the system that al- The vision and idealism that motivated Our Mission Our mission is to ﬁght hunger by lows this to happen? If people struggle too the creation of the Food Bank – and the engaging, educating and empowering long and still can’t get ahead or even get by, persistence and courage it has taken to suc- our community. they lose hope and are not as likely to trust in ceed – will be needed in the future. This our collective future. This also can happen will be our gift to the next generation of Who We Serve The Food Bank supports a wide range when people get so wealthy that they become leaders. We are assured it will change ac- of people in need, from children to the isolated from the real rhythm and struggles of cording to the consciousness and needs of working poor. Food pantries, commu- nity kitchens, childcare centers, night life. Ultimately, we don’t feel like we are on the the community. And that is how it should shelters and senior centers are among same team working on the same goal. be. But our need to serve, to reach out to the agencies that receive product from And that is where we increasingly ﬁnd our neighbor, to give a helping hand, will the Food Bank and provide food and ourselves today - more partisan, conﬂicted, never change, because while we are helping other critical resources for low-income Georgians who suﬀer from hunger and fearful, more entrenched, and less prepared others, it fulﬁlls something very meaningful food insecurity. The Food Bank also to make the hard decisions, less willing to in ourselves. operates several community projects to change. With challenging times still in front of aid our agencies in community build- ing, technical assistance and advocacy As we pick ourselves up and begin the us, we need now, more than ever, to focus eﬀorts. long process of redeﬁning our priorities, of on the positive. There are so many things to To learn more or get involved in rebuilding institutions and identifying the inspire us; we just need to open our eyes, the ﬁght against hunger, please visit leaders to move us forward, we need to know hearts and minds, and the way will be made ACFB.org that the work is hard and real progress is slow. clear. It has never been any other way. When we are promised easy, we should know better. 3 Agency of the Quarter Monastery of the Holy Spirit “Our partnership with the Monastery of the Holy Spirit is a terriﬁc example of how we collaborate with our agencies to reach more people who are in need of food.” If you travel to Conyers, you can visit needing food assistance in the area in need of food,” said Food Bank Agency one of the very ﬁrst groups to partner grew. Although the monks continued Services Director Carol Richburg. with the Atlanta Community Food Bank, to farm and share their additional fresh When asked what the Food Bank the Monastery of the Holy Spirit. Father produce, they began looking for outside means to them, Ruth said, “We wouldn’t Anthony Delisi, who manages the mon- resources to oﬀer a good nutritional be here if it wasn’t for the Food Bank.” astery’s food pantry, remembers driving mix. The Food Bank was just the an- She credits the Agency Services staﬀ with to the Food Bank’s original location at St. swer. helping them organize the food pantry Luke’s Episcopal Church each week to After years of providing food some- and making it possible for them to serve pick up grocery products to supplement what informally, they created an oﬃcial people in ﬁve counties. She also noted the fresh vegetables they were providing food pantry with the help of Ruth that the improvements the Food Bank has for the hungry in the Conyers commu- Alexander in 1988. 10 years later, Ruth made over the years, such as the online nity. was joined by her husband Richard in online ordering system, makes it easier to The monastery has been serving the operating the pantry, and he manages get the items they need and makes pick- local poor since it was founded in 1944 all pick-ups at the Food Bank. In the up much more eﬃcient. by Trappist monks, who originally served early days, they served approximately 20 The Monastery’s food pantry is open at Our Lady of Gethsemani Monastery to 25 families a week. The number has every Tuesday morning for those who in Kentucky. The monks began farming tripled since then, with the biggest jump can pick up their own items. Volunteers their land and would share the extra pro- happening last year when the monas- deliver food to those who are unable to duce with people who stopped and asked tery was only one of three food pantries come by in person, but still need assis- for food. As more and more requests in a 50 mile radius. Ruth estimates that tance. came in, they recognized the need to sup- they now serve on average 75 families The Food Bank is grateful to celebrate port those in the community who were a month. “Our partnership with the 30 years of partnership with the Monas- struggling, and they decided to oﬀer fresh Monastery of the Holy Spirit is a terriﬁc tery of the Holy Spirit and looks forward produce on a regular basis. example of how we collaborate with our to working together to serve those in Over the years, the number of people agencies to reach more people who are need for many years to come. (above) Monastery of the Holy Spirit volunteers load up a grocery delivery for local residents in need of food assistance. (l to r) Raymond Heﬂin, Clyde Hamrick and Larry Laster. (top right) Father Anthony Delisi was among the very ﬁrst people to work with the Atlanta Community Food Bank. (bottom right) Ruth Alexander was instrumental in starting the Monastery’s food pantry. To learn more about the Monastery of the Holy Spirit visit www.trappist.net. To learn more about Atlanta Community Food Bank partner agencies, visit ACFB.org. 4 Volunteers of the Quarter What is a volunteer? Dictionary.com deﬁnes a volunteer as a person who performs a service willingly and without pay. Here at the Atlanta Community Food Bank we just call them irreplaceable. Like all nonproﬁts, ACFB depends a great deal on the support of our volunteers, and we have been lucky to host hundreds of thousands over the past 30 years. While many have been one-time helpers, we have several who keep coming back, and there are a special few who take their dedication to a whole new level. Volunteers of the Quarter Mary Evelyn Gibert, Bob Gra- ham, Audrie Kelton, Kent Leslie and Kenneth Wells all share this in common. They have given their time and talent to the Food Bank for many consecutive years, and each of them has accumulated over 1,000 hours of volunteer service with us. Some have even surpassed 2,000 hours - the equivalent of 40 hours a week for a full year! Each of them started volunteering at the Food Bank for dif- ferent reasons, but all have the same motivation to keep com- ing back; they have the time and they know we have the need. Clockwise (l to r) Kenneth Wells, Audrie Kelton, Bob Graham, Mary Evelyn Gibert and Kent Leslie (not pictured) ... have given their time and talent to the Food Bank for many consecutive years, and each of them has accumulated over 1,000 hours of volunteer service with us. Mary Evelyn and Audrie agree it’s the people they’ve met that make volunteering with us special. Audrie says “it’s the wonderful atmosphere and the satisfaction of knowing that I’m helping an organization that is doing such good work that makes me stay.” Kenneth sites his reason for coming to the Food Bank is knowing he is helping save us money by working on facility projects that we might otherwise have to pay some- one to complete. Kent looks forward to riding on the Atlanta’s Table truck every Friday and can’t imagine her life without this weekly tradition. Bob is motivated to help just knowing how much the team in the warehouse needs him each Tuesday. We appreciate the eﬀorts of all of our volunteers and salute In ACFB’s 2007/2008 ﬁscal year, volunteers contrib- these ﬁve giving individuals for their extraordinary service! uted 75,971 hours of their time – the equivalent of 36 staff members working full-time. 5 The Food Stamp Challenge Hunger Walk/Run Breaks All Records on CNN’s “American Morning” and blogged almost daily. “I had no idea the e Despite the Snow p Despite the Snow magnitude of the conversation I was starting,” said Callebs. “The whole thing g was very eye-opening. People emailed personal experiences, oﬀered advice and ndd words of encouragement; a few even raked me over the coals, but I’d say 90% % were appreciative. Pretty soon, I got to be known as ‘The Food Stamp Guy.’” What stood out the most? “People Th all the participants, pants Thanks to all of the participants, who haven’t had to worry about secur- volunteers, and sponsors who came volunteers ing their next meal thought $176 a month would be a tremendous chal- out to Turner Field for the 25th Annual lenge, but those who have had to turn Hunger Walk/Run on Sunday, March 1. to government assistance thought that Despite cancelling the event for the ﬁrst amount was amazingly high for one Reporter Sean Callebs lived for one month time in 25 years due to a snow storm, person.” And then there were those who on a food stamp budget of $176 – the maximum allotment for a single person in challenged the notion that food stamps we managed to raise awareness and Louisiana. He documented his experience are supposed to supplement their food hope for the hungry in Metro Atlanta. on CNN’s “American Morning.” supplies. “Many emailed that food stamps and food banks were their only Best of all? This amazing community Up until February of this year, CNN source of food,” he said. rallied to raise more funds than ever reporter Sean Callebs approached food How did it aﬀect him personally? before – over $400,000! like many of us do. He was used to grab- “One of the greatest lessons I’ll take bing a quick bite here or there, and often away from this project has very little to The Atlanta Community Food Bank enjoyed a nice meal out with family or do with the actual diet. I was amazed and our ﬁve Hunger Walk/Run part- friends. If he felt like having a snack, at how the social aspect of your life is ners – Episcopal Charities Foundation, he didn’t hesitate to reach for one. That turned upside down when you can’t eat came to a halt – at least temporar- out.” He said he also constantly found Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, ily – when he decided to embark on an himself doing math. “How much can I Lutheran Services of Georgia, Presbyte- experiment as part of CNN’s coverage spend? And if I eat this for dinner, what on the economy. He would live for one will I have tomorrow night?” rian Answer to Hunger (PATH), and St. month on a food stamp budget of $176 At the end of the month, Callebs had Vincent De Paul Society – would like to – the maximum allotment for a single $3.24 in his pocket and the freedom to thank everyone for stepping up to meet person in his home state, Louisiana. eat whatever he wanted, but his per- He was determined to make it through spective had changed. “I’m not sure I the need. the month using only this amount. No could do this for 6 months or a year,” he oﬀers of food from well-meaning col- said. “But I know millions of Americans Special Thanks leagues would be accepted. don’t have that choice. I’m not sure I’ll to our Hunger Walk/Run Callebs documented his experience ever look at food the same way again.” Sponsors: 6 Planting Season has Arrived! Focus on Community Gardens, a project of the Atlanta Community Food Bank Atlanta Food Bank Community Gardens Coordinator Fred Conrad (far right) guides a tour during the Georgia Organics 12th Annual Conference and Trade Show in March. If you love fresh produce and enjoy the outdoors, but nect you with more than 150 Community Gardens coordi- don’t have space to grow vegetables at home, consider gardens in the metro area. If nator, Fred Conrad, can help participating in a community garden. there isn’t already a commu- with all of that. Our primary Attention gardeners and Have extras to donate? Check nity garden in your neighbor- interest is potential gardeners… plant- out the Plant a Row for the hood, consider starting one. gardening ing season has arrived! The Hungry program at the bot- It’s a great way to get to know projects that season oﬃcially began on tom of this page. your neighbors, beautify will enhance April 15 and lasts until June If you love fresh produce your community, supplement the food 20, so there is still plenty and enjoy the outdoors, but your food supply and save supply of of time to get your garden don’t have space to grow money at the same time! All low-income persons, but we started. Plant a variety of vegetables at home, consider you need is some gardening encourage everyone to join in seeds or vegetables now, and participating in a community expertise, tools, seeds, volun- the fun. Contact Fred at you’ll begin to see the fruits garden. Our Community teer gardeners and, of course, firstname.lastname@example.org. of your labor this summer. Gardens project can con- a little patch of land. Our Plant A Row for The Hungry If you are an individual gardener, member of a garden club or have a farm, you can make a dif- ference by participating in the Plant a Row for the Hungry campaign. Designate one row of your garden for donations, or simply bag up your extra harvest, and we’ll help you ﬁnd a local organiza- tion that will get it in the hands of those who need it! Visit http://www.acfb.org/projects/community_garden/ and click the Plant a Row link. Thanks to Farmer D Organics for supporting Plant a Row for the Hungry at their spring event in April! 7 Sharing 30 Years of Memories Any organization that makes it to • “I really enjoyed working on the vol- him about the Food Bank. Whatever the 30-year mark is bound to see unteer training video with the Cartoon he said must have been good because Network and Turner Studios. Their the man ended up writing a really big lots of change. Who better to take creativity, sense of humor and profes- check!” us on a trip down memory lane sionalism made for a great experience • “The people – Kent Leslie, Mable Jones, than some of our long-time staff and a video that still has new volunteers Mr. and Mrs. Major, Mr. and Mrs. members? laughing and learning four years later.” Gaither, Mr. Wadley, Bill Bolling, Rob We asked them to share their • “I remember opening an envelope and Johnson, David Smith, Janice Reece, ﬁnding a rumpled $1.00 bill with a note Bobby King and Bruce Donnelly.” favorite recollections about in shaky handwriting that said ‘I am working at the Atlanta Community sorry this is all I can do right now.’” What are the biggest changes you’ve Food Bank, the changes the Food seen? What do you think is the most • “One of my favorite memories was signiﬁcant impact ACFB has had on Bank has seen and the impact the community since you’ve been having Karen Etheridge, eight months we’ve been able to make in our here? pregnant, teach me how to drive a fork- community. We hope you enjoy! • “The most signiﬁcant event was our lift; also Rev. Early giving me a hug my ability to conduct a successful capital ﬁrst week and thanking me for working What is your favorite personal recol- campaign, construct a beautiful and at the Food Bank.” lection about working at ACFB? eﬃcient facility and move our entire • “The adventure and overall success of • “When I moved from Houston to operation during the busiest time of our staﬀ and volunteers rescuing food Atlanta, I immediately inherited an year, all while completely changing the during the 1996 Olympics ranks high extended family with our staﬀ.” way we managed our method of han- for me. We worked around the clock, • “We needed to transfer loads of ice dling food. That move, the building and but it’s something I’d do all over again. for an event, and the entire staﬀ came our commitment to doing things the The excitement of feeling part of a big- down to the warehouse - everyone was right way increased our impact on the ger whole was tremendous.” very willing to stop what they were do- community overall.” • “The grand opening of the new building ing and help.” • “Our response to Hurricane Katrina was a day I’ll never forget. It felt like the • “Charles Weems was picking up food was phenomenal because of the new culmination of years of work and trust- donations for Operation Isaiah and one facility.” building.” of the members at the synagogue asked • “The e-Harvest online ordering system 8 (l to r) Nate Copeland, Jim Cheetham, Janice Reece, Erskin Harvey and Naretha Timberlake ACFB staff members who partici- pated in this interview are listed in order of the year they started: Bill Bolling Founder and Executive Director 1979 Carl Jaffar Reclamation Center Manager 1987 Rob Johnson Chief Operating Ofﬁcer 1987 Carol Richburg Agency Services Director 1987 Jim Cheetham Network Systems Manager 1989 Erskin Harvey Facilities Manager 1989 Dorothy Dabbs is the most important thing we’ve done • “The Kids In Need school supply proj- Agency Coordinator 1990 in terms of getting food out to the com- ect now serves over 4,000 teachers in Janice Reece munity. In the old building, agencies eight of Georgia’s largest counties. We Marketing and Projects Director 1990 could spend hours going up and down know we’ve impacted overall student Charles Weems the aisles looking for product. It was performance in the schools we serve.” Transportation Manager 1990 very time-consuming. With the new Anything else you want to add? Amy Hudson system, they can place their order and Communications Manager 1991-97 the food is ready when they get here.” • “Working here has been the most re- (and returned in 2002) warding phase of my working career. David Smith • “Our Prosperity Campaign is a major It has given me a sense of purpose and Associate Director 1992 source of help for working families who community.” are struggling. We’re providing free Rodney Benn tax preparation, helping them access • “I’ve been here over 18 years, so it Product Rescue Center Manager 1993 earned income tax credit funds, food must suit me!” Carter Elliott stamps and many other beneﬁts.” • “I am blessed to be a part of the Prosperity Campaign Manager 1993-96 (and returned in 2007) • “We provide the premier volunteer ACFB.” Nate Copeland environment in the city.” • “I think we have an executive director Product Rescue Center that leads by example rather than the- Assistant Manager 1995 • “Food deliveries have been a huge help, especially to agencies outside the metro ory or concept. His tireless approach Nancy Flippin area.” has been more than an example for Chief Financial Ofﬁcer 1996 me.” Amy Grace • “We’ve expanded beyond strictly food • “I would vote the ACFB as ‘the Best Software Specialist 1998 distribution. Our educational pro- grams, like Hunger 101, are going a Place to Work in Atlanta!’” Sarah Fonder-Kristy Development Director 2000 long way in raising awareness about hunger and poverty.” Judy Stamps Kids In Need Director 2000 • “We’ve become really eﬀective at Naretha Timberlake working with leaders in govern- Marketing and Promotions ment to increase the impact of state Manager 2003 and federal nutrition programs.” 9 What’s Cooking at the Food Bank? Monthly Supper Club Makes Giving Back Easy Gather with friends and family for an excellent meal while supporting the Food Bank. Each month, a different restaurant hosts Supper Club and donates 20% of the evening’s proceeds to beneﬁt Atlanta’s Table, the Food Bank’s prepared food rescue project. What a great way to try out the best restaurants in town while supporting hunger relief! Thanks to last quarter’s host restaurants: The Original El Taco, JCT. Kitchen & Bar, and Leon’s Full Service, as well as our monthly sponsors Ethic, Inc., Jezebel Magazine, TrendCRM and 92.9 davefm. Sign up to receive the Supper Club e-invitation each month so you don’t miss out! FOR MORE DETAILS, VISIT ACFB.org/supper_club (above) Former Atlanta Brave Brian Jordan and Jazz Great Francine Reed lend their support at “A Musical Interlude” at Mason Murer Fine Art. Our sincere appreciation to those who helped organize these events held February – April, 2009: ABS Fine Art & Apparel 2009 Fashion Show “A Musical Interlude” at Mason Murer Fine Art Atlanta Parrotheads Club 20th Anniversary Event Food Drive Bank of America Donation and Volunteer Day Department of Labor and WSB-TV Job Fair Food Drive Publix Spring Food Drive Scouting for Food – Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America Sun Delights at The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar and View 10 What’s Cooking at the Food Bank? Atlanta’s Table Full Course Golf Sharpen Your Cooking Skills at a Classic Simple Abundance Cooking Class Thanks to all of the participants Learn the ﬁner points and sponsors of our annual tour- of gourmet cooking with nament at The Legends Course, Atlanta’s best chefs and sup- a private club at Chateau Élan. port the Food Bank at the Funds raised will beneﬁt At- same time! Simple Abun- lanta’s Table, the prepared food dance Cooking Class partici- rescue project of the Food Bank. pants enjoy demonstrations, tastings and a chance to win fabulous door prizes. Each SILVER SPONSORS exciting course is held at one of three Cook’s Ware- house locations, and is made possible by the generous support of many sponsors. We are extremely grate- ful to the incredibly talented chefs and Cook’s Warehouse, who donate 100% of class proceeds to Atlanta’s Table, the Food Bank’s prepared food rescue project. LAST QUARTER’S SIMPLE ABUNDANCE CHEFS: DESIGN SPONSOR Chef Archna Becker of Bhojanic Executive Chef Andrew Litherland of The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead Chef Jesse Perez of Nava Pastry Chef James Satterwhite of The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead BIG HITTERS Chef William Sigley of Aja Alsco Chef Phillip Strange of Here to Serve Restaurants Atlanta Beverage Company Chef Ian Winslade of Spice Market Benchmark Trophy Center Buckhead Beef MONTHLY SIMPLE ABUNDANCE SPONSORS: • Atlanta Beverage Company Clubhouse Cigar • Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles FreshPoint of Atlanta • Bella Cucina Artful Foods GES Exposition Services • Cabot Cheese Hilton Atlanta • The Cook’s Warehouse • Crawford Mikus Design Proof of the Pudding by MGR, Inc. • National Distributors • Quality Wine & Spirits, Inc. SYSCO • Sherlock’s Wine Merchant Team Toyota • Taylor Letter Service, Inc. The ICEBOX – Cool Stuﬀ • Via Elisa Authentic Fresh Pasta Don’t miss our exciting line-up of upcoming classes! See our calendar of events on page 12 for the current class schedule, or visit ACFB.org/events/simple_abundance for more details and recipes from our chefs. 11 Upcoming Events EVENT NOTES MAY The Gathering 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. May 2009 5 Hosted by the Georgia Association of Meeting Professionals International 1420 Room - Dunwoody S M T W T F S MAY Taste of the Nation 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. 1 2 6 Don’t miss the premier epicurean event of the social season! Sample cuisine from the city’s top chefs all under one roof! The Georgia Aquarium - Downtown 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MAY Simple Abundance Cooking Class 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 11 Chef Doug Turbush of Bluepointe/Sushi and Varieties of Miso The Cook’s Warehouse – Brookhaven MAY Supper Club 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Each month’s host restaurant donates 20% of the evening’s proceeds. Bone Garden Cantina – West Midtown 12 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 MAY 6th Annual Golf Against Hunger Tournament 10:00 a.m. 31 14 Presented by Doctors Against Hunger Cobblestone Golf Course - Acworth MAY Simple Abundance Cooking Class 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. 18 Chef Joe Truex of Repast The Cook’s Warehouse – Midtown June 2009 S M T W T F S JUN Simple Abundance Cooking Class 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 Ladies of Les Dames - Shirley Corriher, Nathalie Dupree, Linda Harell, Rebecca Lang, Nancy Lutz, Angie Mosier and Virginia Willis The Cook’s Warehouse – Midtown 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 JUN Simple Abundance Cooking Class 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 Chef Scott Serpas of Serpas True Food/Summertime Entertaining The Cook’s Warehouse – Midtown Supper Club 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 JUN Visit ACFB.org/supper_club for updates TBD 28 29 30 July 2009 S M T W T F S JUL HungerFree Night at the Atlanta Dream game Visit ACFB.org for updates 1 2 3 4 30 Simple Abundance Cooking Class 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 JUL Visit ACFB.org/events/simple_abundance for updates TBD 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 JUL Supper Club Visit ACFB.org/supper_club for updates 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 TBD 26 27 28 29 30 31 Visit ACFB.org regularly for the most up-to-date info on the many events 12 beneﬁting the Atlanta Community Food Bank. 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Anna Moore Robert Yang Peachtree Presbyterian Church - Outﬁtters Quaker Kendra Moore Sarah Yates Peachtree Presbyterian Church - Seekers Class Quirch Foods Mary Moore Yeager Family Peachtree Road United Methodist Church Red Lobster Ashley Morley J. Young Platt HMC, Inc. Restaurant Associates at Woodruﬀ Arts Center Lisa Morrison-Ragland Nina Yu Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church The Ritz-Carlton Company, LLC Mosely Family John Yung Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Riviana Foods Jennifer Murphy Octavia Zackery Research Associates Royal Food Products, LLC Treina Muse Judy Zalrosh The Ritz-Carlton Hotel - Downtown Atlanta SC Johnson Bhaskar Nair Zerressen Family RiverWoods Recovery Program Sam’s Club Lauren Neal Rotary Club of Atlanta Scott Vandewiele S. Hillary Neﬀ Savannah College of Art & Design Six Beans, LLC Isis Nezbeth Sister 2 Sister Smart Balance, Inc. Nam Phuong Nguyen GROUP VOLUNTEERS Smith & Howard PC Smithﬁeld Foods Matthew Nusnbaum South Carolina State University - Atlanta Chapter Sodexho Kevin O’Leary (January 1 – March 31, 2009) South City Kitchen/ Fifth Group Restaurant Starbucks Coﬀee Company Peter Orapello Accenture Spelman College Delta Sigma Theta Sugar Foods Corporation Tamara Orgias Alston & Bird St. Martin’s Episcopal School SUPERVALU Sherry Oswalt AT&T Pioneers St. Philip AME Church Suzanna’s Kitchen Overton Family AT&T Pioneers - Peachtree Life Members St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Sysco Food Services of Atlanta Ben Pace Atlanta Academy State Bar of Georgia - Young Lawyers Division Tabatchnick Fine Foods, Inc. Jessica Parker Atlanta Business Chronicle Sugarloaf United Methodist Church Taco Bell/Yum Brands, Inc. Lisa Parker Atlanta Chinese Christian Church Tongue and Groove Nightclub Target Parkman Family Atlanta Chinnaya Mission Towson College - Alternative Break Connections Tom Lange Company, Inc. Sharon Paskoﬀ Atlanta International School Turner Broadcasting System Tree of Life, Inc. Toni Pastore Atlanta Speech School Turner Broadcasting System - Finance Tropical Nut Neal Patton Atlanta Unity Church Tzu Chi Foundation Tropicana Products, Inc. Kathy Payne Atlanta Volunteers Meetup.com Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Turano Baking Company Peleg Family Atlanta’s Table Board of Directors University of Georgia - Alumni Association U.S. Foodservice, Inc. Linette Perkins AutoTrader.com University of North Carolina Chapel Hill - A.P.P.L.E.S Uncle Ben’s Perloe Family Bank of America Vanderbilt University - Atlanta Alumni Unilever Rebecca Perry Berean Seventh Day Adventist Church Veritas Church United Natural Foods, Inc. Rose Perry Boy Scouts - Troop 736 Wachovia - Atlanta Volunteers Wagner Industries, Inc. Jeﬀ Pierce Boy Scouts - Troop 1891 Wachovia - Item Processing Wal-Mart Charles Pierre Boy Scouts of America - Scout Reach Atlanta Area Council Wachovia - Atlanta Operations Center Waverly Pastry Shop Jennifer Pink Butler Street CME Church Wells Fargo Auto Finance Welch Foods, Inc. Ann Pope Camp Creek Middle School - Jr. Beta Club Wells Fargo Insurance Services Westin Hotels & Resorts Richard Posey CBeyond Communications West Mitchell CME Church WhiteWave Foods, Inc. Powell Family CheckFree Corporation Westminster Presbyterian Church Whole Foods Market Philip Prentice The Children’s School Westminster Schools Chip Presten Church of the Apostles Whiteﬁeld Academy Leslie Price Church of the Master Presbyterian Woodstock High School - Basketball Team Jamie Prince Clark Atlanta University Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral KIDS IN NEED DONORS Anne Radford Young Adult Ministry Harry Ramsey Clark Atlanta University - NAACP Young Harris College (January 1 – March 31, 2009) CLIC Toby Ray Columbia Theological Seminary ACCO Nancy Reeves Concentrics Hospitality Solutions Barbara Rose, NGP Paul Richards Congregation Beth Shalom Bigalow Advertising Paula Richards Congregation Gesher T. Torah FOOD & PRODUCT DONORS The Coca-Cola Company Allison Richardson Anthony Rigby Crossroads (January 1 – March 31, 2009) Corporate Express Davidson College - Bonner Scholars Georgia Federation of Women’s Clubs-4th District Karen Rivers Decatur High School ACC Wholesale, Inc. Kids In Need Foundation Tim Roberson Decatur High School - Key Club Aﬀairs To Remember Norcom Ursula Roberts Deloitte Aqua Star Oﬃce Max Patricia Robinson Delta Gems Armour Swift-Eckrich Dsd Quill Corporation Rodgers Family Delta Sigma Pi - Atlanta Alumni Chapter Atlanta Foods International S.P. Richards Company Stephanie Rogers DLA Piper US LLP Avalon Catering St. Anne’s Episcopal Church Harriet Rosenberg Door Atlanta Bahama Breeze Staples Carey Rountree Dunwoody United Methodist Church Barilla America, Inc. TVS Design Matthew Rupert East Carolina University - Alternative Spring Break Baskin-Robbins Todd Rushing Elsevier - MC Strategies Batdorf & Bronson Coﬀee Roasters Sachs Family Emory University - Circle K Best Foods Mia Sails Emory University - Volunteer Emory Big Lots Jassmine Sarratt Ernst & Young Blue Bell Creameries KaRen Sarvis Essential 2 Life Boca Grande Foods Ryan Sauers First Baptist Church of Alpharetta Brakebush Brothers, Inc. Julie Sawyer First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta Burris Logistics Karen Schwaid Flood Bush Brothers & Company Regina Scott Gas South, LLC Campbell Soup Company Sealy Family Georgetown University - Georgia Alumni Group Cargill Virginia Seawell Georgia Master Gardener Association Carvel Cinnabon Sekpeh Family Georgia Paciﬁc - 133 Peachtree St. NE Carvers Grocery Wes Settle Georgia Power Company CCF Brands Matthew Sharrow Georgia State University - College of Law - Environmental ChefAdvantage Gail Shattah Georgia State University - Delta Sigma Pi Chelsea Milling Company Thom Shelton Georgia State University - Student Government Association Chick-ﬁl-A Bennie Sherwood Georgia State University - Zeta Tau Alpha Chicken of the Sea Audrey Siegel Georgia Tech - Arnold Air Society Chiquita Brands, L.L.C. Kathy Siemon Georgia Tech - Circle K Church’s Chicken Kathleen Simonet Georgia Tech - Language Institute The Clorox Company Simons Family Georgia Transmission Corporation - Procurement Services CLS & NDS ICO A&P Joseph Sisto Dept. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center Anna Slive Georgian Bank Cobb Galleria Centre Butch Smith Girl Scout Brownie Troop 27424 The Coca-Cola Company Frankie Smith Girl Scout Brownie Troop 27426 ConAgra Foods Join the ﬁght against hunger. Visit ACFB.org to learn more. 15 Nonproﬁt Org. U.S. POSTAGE PAID Atlanta, GA Permit No. 3763 732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd., NW Atlanta, GA 30318-6628 (404) 892-FEED ACFB.org ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED Have FUN while giving back! The Atlanta Community Food Bank offers lots of opportunities to enjoy yourself while you’re making a differ- ence. Take a cooking class with one of Atlanta’s top-rated chefs. Enter a golf tournament. See and be seen on the social scene. Dine out at a great new restaurant. Sound good? Check out the brand new calendar on page 12 for details on all of our upcoming events. Visit ACFB.org for the speciﬁcs and to see what’s new!
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