Together we can solve hunger
In Richmond, FeedMore is inviting young lawyers participating in the 2016 Legal Food Frenzy to a luncheon March 29. Williams Mullen is host and sponsor of the event. Attorney General Mark Herring was to be the special guest, but he will be unable to attend. Chief Deputy Attorney General Cynthia Hudson will make remarks on behalf of the office and the attorney general.
Let's make the 10th year of the funds and food competition among legal offices in Virginia truly one for the history books. Together, we can solve hunger.
The Legal Food Frenzy is a collaboration among the Attorney General of Virginia, the Federation of Virginia Food Banks and the Young Lawyers Division of The Virginia Bar Association.
To sign up your law firm, law school, legal office or agency for the Legal Food Frenzy, visit www.legalfoodfrenzy.com or click on the logo.
RSVP for the Richmond luncheon by March 24 by emailing Christy Dalton, community events manager at FeedMore.
Contributions of food and funds from Richmond-area Legal Food Frenzy participants will stay local by supporting FeedMore. The organization is Central Virginia’s core hunger-relief organization and comprises programs including the Central Virginia Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, the Mobile Pantry and Kids Cafe. Spanning nearly one-third of the state, across 34 counties and cities, FeedMore serves more than 200,000 individuals in the region’s most vulnerable populations – children, families and seniors.
If your office schedules a time to volunteer as a group at your local food bank by April 15, you can earn 100 extra points in the contest!