September 2, 2021

We’re on Notice: The Fifth Annual Vermont Legal Community Fighting Hunger Food Drive is Set to Kick off Hunger Action Month in September

Jessica Griswold

Beginning on Friday, September 3rd, the Vermont Foodbank will host the fifth annual Vermont Legal Community Fighting Hunger Food Drive in collaboration with the Vermont Bar Association, the Vermont Attorney General’s Office, and the Vermont Paralegal Organization through Friday, September 17th. During this two-week event, participating members of the Vermont legal community, including Downs Rachlin Martin, will fundraise to support Vermonters who are facing hunger, including those still struggling with food insecurity as a result of COVID-19. All legal community members—including but not limited to lawyers, law firms, paralegals, judges, law students and professors, law firms, legal organizations, and staff members—are invited and encouraged to join the cause.

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