What is the Lawyers’ Campaign Against Hunger?
Since 1987, the Lawyers’ Campaign Against Hunger has served as the philanthropic pillar of the legal community—bringing dedicated Maryland attorneys together to combat food insecurity in Maryland.
The 2023 Campaign runs from September 1-December 31, with a goal to raise $400,000 for the Maryland Food Bank—a true testament to our field’s commitment to assist our neighbors in need.
The legal community has raised more than $7 million to support Maryland households struggling with hunger since the Campaign launched. MFB is committed to expanding food access while providing the estimated 1 in 3 food-insecure Marylanders with resources to help build pathways out of hunger. The support of our community will be critical in sustaining these efforts.
Now, Marylanders are facing higher costs than ever before, and having to choose whether they can afford to pay the bills or purchase healthy food. It’s never too early—or too late—to show your support. Will you join us in this effort with a donation today?
Raise the Bar
Fight the injustice of hunger in Maryland.
What Can $440,000 Do?
meals provided for Maryland families who are in need
students’ expenses covered for the FoodWorks program
school pantries fully stocked for a year
truckloads of fresh produce transported from Farm to Food Bank
Your Impact in 2022
raised over the past 35 years
raised in 2022 alone
supporters in 2022
LaVerna Hahn Charitable Trust
Judson Arnold, Campaign Co-Chair
Nathan & Kamionski LLP
Judd Crane, Campaign Co-Chair
Office of the Attorney General
Law Offices of Peter T. Nicholl
The Venable Foundation
Iliff, Meredith, Wildberger & Brennan PC
Too many Marylanders remain in the unthinkable position of choosing between food and other necessities like heat, rent, or medications, and too often, they go to bed with empty stomachs. As lawyers, we have the resources and common interest in social justice to make a difference.
Former Maryland Attorney General