More than one in four children in Alabama come from families that experience food hardships and nearly 60% of Alabama’s public school children are eligible for free and reduced lunch.Taylor Martino, P. C. is participating in the Alabama Legal Food Frenzy, which is a food & fund drive among all Alabama lawyers. The competition joins together the Alabama State Bar, Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange and the Alabama Food Bank Association to help end child hunger with the launch of the Alabama Legal Food Frenzy set for April 25 – May 6, 2016. Visit allegalfoodfrenzy.org for more information.
The Legal Food Frenzy provides a much-needed supply of food and funds to Alabama’s regional food banks to help the families of those kids during summer months when schools are closed. The Alabama Legal Food Frenzy is timed to help meet that demand. Ed Rowan, partner at Taylor Martino, is leading the food drive challenge for firm. “I had no idea that the shortage of food in Alabama was in this state of crisis. The Alabama Legal Food Frenzy is one of the most important things that we can do for our local community. It will have an immediate impact and benefit for our children.”
We will be collecting food and funds at our office located at 51 St. Joseph Street, Mobile, AL 36602 from April 25 – May 6, 2016. Monetary donations can also be made online at TaylorMartinoALLegalFoodFrenzy2016. Be sure to designate your donation for Taylor Martino, PC!
What is the Legal Food Frenzy?
The Office of the Attorney General, the Alabama State Bar, and the Alabama Food Bank Association have joined forces to create a friendly food and fund drive competition among Alabama law firms, law schools and legal organization to support the Feeding America food banks in Alabama.
All food and funds collected by Taylor Martino, PC will go directly to Feeding the Gulf Coast, formerly Bay Area Food Bank. To learn more about our local food bank, visit Feeding the Gulf Coast or contact Missy Busby, 251-653- 1617 ext. 127, email@example.com