We distribute more than 60 million pounds of food and groceries a year to 600 nonprofit agencies in 29 counties over metro Atlanta & north Georgia. We distribute nearly 70 million pounds of food and groceries a year to 600 nonprofit partner feeding programs, including after-school programs, senior centers, community kitchens, shelters and food pantries in metro Atlanta and north Georgia.
14056 FB users likes Atlanta Community Food Bank, set it to 1 position in Likes Rating for Atlanta, Georgia in Non-Profit Organization category
In 2014, the Plant A Row program has grown and donated 185,867 pounds of local fresh garden produce to help people in need. Amazing job!
Just in from Dragon Con Media's Twitter account: They've set a new record attendance with 62,000 attendees and...roughly $100,000 raised for ACFB! Thank you DragonCon organizers and attendees!
Don't forget to put your nonperishable items out at your mailbox TODAY for your letter carrier to pick up! #StampOutHunger
We're so excited to have some of the Blank family of businesses' employees here for a volunteer day -- including Arthur Blank who stopped by!
#StampOutHunger donations are rolling in! Thank you to everyone who donated!
We're loving this story about the Nuleaf Community Garden--a proud supporter who donates their excess produce to the Food Bank!
On Monday, May 16, experience the tastes of the Mercedes-Benz Stadium and support the Atlanta Community Food Bank! Details:
“In income-insecure households, the first item to be reduced is food, in both quantity and quality.”
Let's blow this thing out of the water! Garnier and Terracycle are partnering to build a green garden made from recycled materials for a deserving community organization. The garden will not only provide a community with a safe space to connect and enjoy nature, but it will allow residents to grow their own fresh food. We're in second place; help us get to first!
Letter carriers on volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank get ready for Saturday's national #StampOutHunger food drive.
Help the National Association of Letter Carriers #StampOutHunger! Leave bags of non-perishable food by your mailbox this Saturday!
Feeding America's Map the Meal Gap study is out for this year and, although we still have around 16% of our total service area population dealing with food insecurity, there were 7 counties in our service area that saw an increase in food insecurity rates--Clayton (1 in 4 people are food insecure), Dekalb, Fulton, Newton, Rockdale, Spaulding and Douglas (all 1 in 5). Click to find out more.
Happy Mother's Day to all the moms, soon to be moms, fur baby moms and those who have amazing, caring hearts just like moms do. And a special hug to all who are hurting today, whether because you've lost your mom, lost a child, or any number of reasons that make this day more painful than most.
Today we had the opportunity to tour the Atlanta Community Food Bank and see all the great work they're doing to feed community members in need. Congratulations, again on winning the SweetWater 420 Festival Charity Cornhole Tournament!
We're incredibly proud of our 2015 Youth Summit alum Kendall Robinson! She's making a big difference!
HealthMPowers had a fun day of training with teachers and staff from the Elementary schools in Metro Atlanta today! Thank you, Atlanta Community Food Bank for the amazing training location!
Incredible thanks to Publix and their customers! Their Food For All campaign raised $195,555.78 for the Food Bank!
Thousands of mothers all across greater Atlanta and north Georgia are struggling to feed their kids. On this special day, when mothers everywhere are celebrated for all that they do, please consider making a gift in honor of the hard-working mom in your life.
A toast to everyone who went to Taste of the Nation last night! The Food Bank is a beneficiary of the night so we'd like to thank everyone who participated. The total amount raised that was announced last night was $740,000!
Atlanta Crew - reaching our goals in the "CAN DO" drive for the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Nice job - #FreddieMacCrew teamwork!
For the past 29 years, Rob Johnson has helped to build the Food Bank to the amazing organization that it is today. From developing programs such as Atlanta's Table to acting as COO for a number of years to working with the communities we serve as Vice President of Community Services, Rob's stamp on the Food Bank has been indelible. Rob has retired from the Food Bank and we wish him all the best on his next chapter!
Help the Food Bank win! Garnier and Terracycle are partnering to build a green garden made from recycled materials for a deserving community organization. The garden will not only provide a community with a safe space to connect and enjoy nature, but it will allow residents to grow their own fresh food. We're in second place; help us get to first!
Congratulations to our advisory board member, and 2016 James Beard award winner, Virginia Willis! #jbfa
They're doing it again! WINGSTOP CELEBRATES ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY BY GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY The Kennesaw location of Wing Stop (1133 Chastain Road NW) is celebrating it's one year anniversary by collecting canned food items to help support the Atlanta Food Bank. The new owners and staff of Wing Stop are celebrating their one year anniversary by giving back to the community AGAIN! Thursday, April 28, from 4-8 pm, Wing Stop will provide live entertainment, prizes given throughout the day, face painting, balloon artist, bouncies, karate, Harry the Hawk AND THE Atlanta Hawk Cheerleaders! PLUS 5 free wings per person and sides! The cost of admission will be one (or more) canned food item, which will be donated to support the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
Congrats to the cornhole team of Ben and Clint who won $10,000 for the Atlanta Community Food Bank in the Gas South/SweetWater Brewing Company 420Fest charity cornhole tournament!
Congrats to the Atlanta Community Food Bank for winning $10,000 in the Charity Cornhole Tournament! #gscornhole
"The storybook picture of life in the suburbs includes things like emerald lawns and a certain degree of affluence. In reality, 88 percent of the region’s poor live in Atlanta’s suburbs."