Help WLTLaw Fight Hunger in Atlanta

The Georgia Attorney General and the State Bar of Georgia are partnering with Georgia’s Food Banks to host the 7th Annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy, a food and fund drive competition among all of Georgia’s law firms and legal organizations to see who can have the biggest impact on hunger. My firm, the Law Office of William L. Tomlin, is competing this year, and I am hoping that you will help me!

The Legal Food Frenzy is a great opportunity to provide vital assistance to our neighbors in need:

IT’S SHOCKING: 1 in 4 children in Georgia live in households that can’t regularly put food on the table. Here’s how you can help the Law Office of William L. Tomlin do something about it:

● Contribute online from April 16-27 by visiting the Law Office of William L. Tomlin’s fundraising page and clicking “Donate Now.”

● Send a check payable to the Atlanta Community Food Bank to:

Atlanta Community Food Bank
732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. NW
Atlanta, GA 30318.

Be sure to note that it’s for the Legal Food Frenzy and mention the Law Office of William L. Tomlin in the memo line!

● Share this article to spread the word about how even a small donation can have a big impact.  Because of the food bank’s bulk buying power, every $1 donated can buy $8 worth of food or 4 meals!

Everything we raise will benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank, the regional Food Bank that serves our community. We have a chance to make a REAL impact. For every $1 donated, the Food Bank can distribute 4 meals worth of food into the community.

Let’s rise to the challenge and do our part to reduce hunger in our very own community!

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