Community Service – Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
When most of us think of the holidays, we think of spending quality time with family and friends over good food, while boisterous laughter echoes though the hallways. We spend time cultivating elaborate holiday dinner menus and busy ourselves with concerns of the perfect gift to give to our loved ones. While all of these things give us that warm, fuzzy feeling of the holidays, the harsh reality is that thousands of families go to bed a night without proper nourishment. Children are subject to inadequate food quantities and lack healthy, freshly grown options to eat. The reality is that many Central Florida families need our help to provide substantial meals for them and their family. Especially after the drastic impact the pandemic has made, the number of impoverished families and individuals in our community continue to multiply daily.
On Friday, November 12th, The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller took some time to make a difference by volunteering our time at Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. Starting with an in-office food drive, our team collected a number of non-perishable food items for donation directly to Orlando’s largest food bank. With pride and passion, we assisted in the production & preparation of hundreds of meals for local families and food banks servicing the Central Florida community. The dedication and directions of the staff at Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida spoke volumes of their love for the people in need in the community.