Intern Series: Volunteering in the PRC

(Editor's Note: This is the first in a series from our communications intern, Mollie, as she spends the summer here at ACFB.) 

My name is Mollie, and I’m the summer communications intern at the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB). Originally from Atlanta, I just finished my freshman year at Northwestern University in Illinois, where I am majoring in Journalism and double minoring in History and Gender & Sexuality Studies.

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Wedding Party in the PRC

We were pleasantly surprised last month to hear that we would be hosting a wedding party food sort in our Product Rescue Center. With a total of 65 wedding party volunteers and everyone coming in from different parts of the country, you can just imagine how that looked!

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Rise Up! Falcons Volunteer at ACFB

This week, we had some players and cheerleaders from the Atlanta Falcons come and volunteer in the Product Rescue Center. Players Dominique Franks, Bradie Ewing, Jordan Mabin, Corey Peters and Jonathan Massaquoi and cheerleaders Micki and Hope sorted, packed and weighed product in an afternoon with other volunteers from YP and the community. Not only did the group sort and pack 11,585 pounds (or 9,654 meals), we like to think they had fun too.

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In Their Own Words: A Volunteer Experience with Porter Keadle Moore

I volunteered at the ACFB once before and really enjoyed the experience. So, I was excited to volunteer there again, except this time with my firm, Porter Keadle Moore! I didn’t expect us to get a tour of the facility as part of our community service outing…That was a very pleasant bonus! The tour guide told us a lot about the history of the food bank and their role in the Atlanta community. I learned that they are more far-reaching than I would have ever suspected, serving many areas outside of metro Atlanta and even in other states.

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