Justice Served 2018

Justice Served is an effort led by New York City’s legal community to close the meal gap in our great city.  By donating funds and volunteering, firms and employees help Food Bank For New York City distribute more meals to neighbors in need.  Justice Served also includes a special option to designate funds specifically for Passover food.

100 percent of the funds collected will benefit Food Bank For New York City and its hunger-relief programs, which reach 1 in 5 New York City residents throughout the five boroughs.

Media Partner:

Raised $125,000

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If your organization would like to make a contribution in support of the Justice Served Campaign

  • Participating Organizations
  • Key Dates to Remember
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Save the dates! See opportunities to activate your colleagues and further your impact for New Yorkers in need. 

Monthly Participant Calls

October 2017 through January 2018

Justice Served Campaign

February 5, 2018 – March 16, 2018

35th Anniversary Can Do Awards

April 17, 2018

Recognition Reception at James Beard House

June 2018

Special invite-only reception in recognition of the legal community’s efforts to end hunger in NYC

Volunteer Opportunities

Available Year-round

Learn more about our opportunities here.

Express interest in the 2018 Justice Served campaign by filling out this form: https://foodbanknyc.wufoo.com/forms/z1f0rz960edpjay/.

For more information, please contact Brigid Palcic (212.566.7855 ext. 1619).

Law Firms Band Together to Feed Hungry New Yorkers

New York Law Journal: January 22, 2018

Justice Served 2017 Raises The Bar With 500,000+ Meals!

Recap: March 30, 2017

Law Firms Fight Hunger in New York City

A new initiative led by Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft is designed to tackle an age-old problem in New York City: hunger.

Bloomberg Law: feb 9, 2017

Date

Feb 05 2018 - Mar 16 2018

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Organizer

Brigid Palcic
Email
bpalcic@foodbanknyc.org

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