The Legal Food Frenzy is a collaborative effort between the office of Attorney General, the Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and Feeding Kentucky.
The 2020 campaign will be March 1 – 14 (UPDATE! Extended to 4/3/20) and is timed to provide an increase in the supply of food available to meet the increased demand for food assistance during the summer months.
Our goal is raising the equivalent of 800,000 pounds of food for distribution by the Feeding Kentucky network.
“Kentucky Legal Food Frenzy’s annual campaign offers attorneys across the Commonwealth an opportunity to meet the needs of Kentuckians who face food insecurity. I am proud to partner with Feeding Kentucky and the Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division on this important initiative, and I am confident we can meet our goal to raise the equivalent of 800,000 pounds of food. We must all work together to end hunger in the Commonwealth, and I encourage law firms and legal offices throughout Kentucky to start a team in your community.” Attorney General Daniel Cameron
“The KBA Young Lawyers Division is excited to once more partner with Feeding Kentucky and the Office of the Attorney General for the 4th Annual Legal Food Frenzy. This project is an opportunity for the Kentucky legal community to participate in a statewide hunger relief effort for the benefit of some of the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable citizens. No one should have to go hungry or wonder when they will eat their next meal. Food banks across Kentucky provide a vital service to the community and the Legal Food Frenzy campaign gives lawyers a chance to assist the food banks in their efforts. Food banks report a dramatic increase in the need for food assistance, and 40% of the food banks in Feeding Kentucky’s network report not having enough food to meet client needs. Please join us to help meet our goal of raising $100,000 or the equivalent of 800,000 pounds of food. This year we are once more accepting both food and monetary donations. No donation is too small, and every little bit helps. So please help us feed the hungry families across the Commonwealth.” Young Lawyers Division Chair, Zachary A. Horn – Kirkland, Cain & Horn, PLLC.