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Lieff Cabraser Rock Stars Volunteer at SF-Marin Food Bank for 2018 Food From the Bar Drive

Lieff Cabraser Rock Stars Volunteer at SF-Marin Food Bank for 2018 Food From the Bar Drive

Lieff Cabraser staff donated their time and effort to volunteer at the SF-Marin Food Bank as part of Lieff Cabraser’s 2018 commitment to Food From The Bar. A huge thanks to team members Corrie Anderson, Diamond Lewis, Xiang Li, Tannah Hess, Mary Laing, Leah Nutting, Rebecca Krause, Cayla Gordon and Cameron Miller for making LCHB’s Food From The Bar Volunteer Day a success. Volunteers worked to sort and package food for soup kitchens and neighborhood pantries served by the Food Bank, and had a great time doing it.

Food From The Bar is an annual fundraiser benefitting the SF-Marin Food Bank. The legal community competes in raising funds, collecting food, and donating volunteer time to help eliminate hunger in our community, where one in four people face hunger. Over the past 27 years, the Food From The Bar campaign has provided enough food for 19 million meals. Their 2018 drive goal is to provide at least 1.5 million more to the 225,000 people who rely on the help of the SF-Marin Food Bank.

If you find all of this as inspiring as we do, feel free to visit the SF-Marin Food Bank’s donation page and help them meet the challenge of working to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin. Your support of this worthy cause is greatly appreciated!

Lieff Cabraser Staff Volunteering at Food From The Bar Drive

About Food From The Bar

For the past 20+ years, the Bar Association of San Francisco, in partnership with the SF legal community, have joined forces to raise money to combat hunger in San Francisco and Marin counties. SF-Marin Food Bank and Food From The Bar’s work is especially critical during the summer months when many children will likely go without nutritious meals after the regular school year has ended.

Law firms participating in the drive are recognized at the Food From The Bar closing ceremony and receive awards for the most food or cash collected and volunteer hours donated. But the real winners are the needy children and families who will benefit from the firms’ collective efforts.