This is Hull Barrett’s 4th year and First Citizens’ 2nd year participating in Legal Food Frenzy. New to the partnership is Ivey Residential! Firehouse Subs also offered an in-kind donation (more info below).
A company that is doing business in the community should also SERVE the community. Hull Barrett realizes a mere monetary donation from the firm is not enough to make a real dent in the hunger stats that face the CSRA and surrounding areas.
3 companies, working together, have a real shot at making a difference. We have set an ambitious goal of 45,000 lbs of food and funds, a goal that cannot be met without the help of the public’s generosity.
So, what is Legal Food Frenzy?
The Office of the Attorney General, the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia, and the Georgia Food Bank Association have joined forces to create a friendly food and fund drive to benefit food banks in Georgia from April 20 – May 1, 2015.
Nearly 60% of Georgia’s public school children are eligible for free and reduced lunch.
1 in 5 Georgians – are food insecure, meaning they don’t always know where they will find their next meal.
1 in 4 children in Georgia are food insecure.
The Legal Food Frenzy provides a much needed supply of food and funds to regional food banks to help the families of those kids during summer months when schools are closed. The Legal Food Frenzy is timed to help meet that demand.
Golden Harvest hopes to raise $40,000 during Legal Food Frenzy. Our partnership with First Citizens Bank and Ivey Residential would like to raise 20% of that goal. That’s high! But possible with the help of the community! Interested in helping, click HERE.
How are we going to do it?
First Citizens Bank will have barrels in each branch location to collect food and funds during the 2 week drive. In addition, they are hosting “Food Friday” on April 24th! Every customer that brings in food or funds to a First Citizens location will receive a coupon for a free drink and chips at Firehouse Subs. Firehouse Subs was generous for its contribution toward our goal.
Ivey Residential will gather donations and food on Sunday, April 26th from 10 am – 2 pm in the Crawford Creek and Canterbury Farms communities. Residents that want to help fight hunger but won’t be home may leave clearly marked donation bags on his/her front porch. Ivey Residential has also set up collection bins in its office and in the model homes of Crawford Creek and Canterbury Farms.
Hull Barrett will also have barrels in its offices in Augusta, Aiken and Evans. Hull Barrett is going to take a grass roots approach with each attorney in the office reaching out and connecting in his or her own personal way. We are also going to have a drawing the last day of the food drive, May 1st. Anyone that donates online will be entered to win a $50 gift card to Whole Foods! Hull Barrett will also be giving away additional prizes at random, including during the first week of the fundraiser. So don’t wait to donate online!
Golden Harvest serves all of the CSRA. Let’s work together to make our community less hungry.