SOUTH CAROLINA – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is proud to participate in the South Carolina Legal Feeding Frenzy (SCLFF). The South Carolina Young Lawyers Division hosts the five-day virtual fundraising competition in partnership with Harvest Hope Food Bank, Lowcountry Food Bank, Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, Golden Harvest Food Bank, and Feeding the Carolinas.
“As transportation and rent costs increase and inflation rises, individuals and families are facing food insecurity at significantly increased rates and continue to need help,” said Ashley Johnson, Parker Poe associate and co-chair of the South Carolina Young Lawyers Division’s Community Law Week Committee, which is coordinating the SCLFF.
“To address these ongoing needs, food banks require our support more than ever to put food on the table for these neighbors–especially children and seniors. One in seven kids is at risk for food insecurity in South Carolina. For every $1 donated during the #SCLFF2022, the food banks, on average, can provide four meals to our neighbors in need.”
The SCLFF is a state-wide virtual fundraising competition to benefit South Carolina’s regional food banks. Every dollar raised during the SCLFF stays local and benefits the regional food bank and affiliate food pantries that serve your community.
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Learn more about the fundraiser and how you can participate: The 2022 South Carolina Legal Feeding Frenzy