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 2021 Campaign will celebrate the successes of the last 34 years and a commitment to the partnership with the Maryland Food Bank to improve the lives of our neighbors in need.
The legal community has raised more than $6 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.
At this critical point in our state’s recovery, this year’s Campaign goal is to raise more than $400,000 for the Maryland Food Bank. Will you join us in this effort today?
Young Lawyers Against Hunger
The Young Lawyers committee was formed in 2017 in celebration of the Lawyers’ Campaign Against Hunger’s 30th anniversary. Their goal is to engage attorneys and other members of the legal community that are under 40 in the fight to end hunger.
New for 2021, we are excited to announce a partnership with the Young Lawyers Section of the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA), which represents more than 4,000 young lawyers across the state.
Raise the Bar
Fight the injustice of hunger in Maryland.
William Minkin, Campaign Chair
Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos PC
Judson Arnold, Campaign Chair
Nathan & Kamionski LLP
Law Offices of Peter T. Nicholl
Kramon & Graham, P.A.
SBE&S Clients Consolidated Charitable Foundation
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
Trust U/W of Helen M. Hughes
Craig B. & Paula Krahn Merkle
George Psoras, Jr.
Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann, LLP
Kathleen Howard Meredith
Patrick Malone & Associates
Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP
Semmes Bowen & Semmes
food insecure people in Maryland
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.
Maryland Attorney General