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An Atlanta-based ministry devoted to feeding people physically, relationally and spiritually
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We appreciate our generous donors! Thank you for stretching the food budgets and bringing supportive relationships to our families! 
Chef Jochen Lawson, Owner of HealthServed! recently completed a healthy cooking class series teaching members how to serve nutritious dinners on a budget. This Cooking Matters class was made possible through a partnership with Open Hand.

Give the gift of food and community to a family. Visit the DONATE tab on our website to support Food Security for America
As featured in the Atlanta Community Food Bank's Spring Newsletter, Food Security for America partners with the ACFB to help families who are trying to better themselves.

We are grateful to our corporate sponsors:




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Next Training
Dates:
August 8
November 14


Board of Directors

Trish Hildebrand,
Board Chair
Michelle P. Neville, 
Treasurer
Lesa Bell
Chris Britton

Dr. Beverley Demetrius
Dr. Richard Freer
Cindy A. Laney
Laura Mann

Rev. Nancy C. Yarnell,
President and CEO


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We are so excited to have a fresh look and we owe it to Octavia Gilmore and her fabulous team at Creative Juice. Her team understands how growth and joy happen when families receive healthy food and supportive connection with neighbors. We are grateful. If you need creative design, please check them out!
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4850 Ivy Ridge Drive, SE
Suite 104
Atlanta, GA 30339

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