Capuchin Soup Kitchen director featured as 'Everyday hero'

Published On: Nov 15 2012 02:28:06 PM EST

Brother Bob Malloy is a very quiet, gentle friar who serves as the Pastoral Director of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen in Detroit. He is very "hands-on." If a guest needs a ride to a doctor's appointment, he will do his best to accommodate the guest. He will drive through Detroit's streets with a satchel of sandwiches, handing the sandwiches to the hungry. He accompanies our guests on their walk. He is a very holy man.

Br. Bob was recently included in a recently published book, "50 Everyday Heroes: 50 Americans Changing The World One Non-Profit At A Time."

Everyday Heroes is a look inside the world of social entrepreneurs giving us an exquisitely photographed sacred bundle of stories.

In this remarkable tribute to the ordinary heroes among us, Everyday Heroes: 50 Americans Changing The World One Nonprofit at a Time, celebrates those who have risen to leadership roles in nonprofit organizations across the country, representing a diverse range of causes and demographics and affecting hundreds of thousands of lives.


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