O’Melveny Helps Feed the Hungry, New York Law Journal Reports

March 28, 2016

The March 28, 2016, issue of the New York Law Journal reported that O’Melveny has joined Justice Served, an effort led by the city’s legal community to support the Food Bank For New York and its hunger-relief programs.

In an article titled, “Law Firms Helping the Hungry,” the NYLJ notes that the program will offer participating organizations opportunities to raise funds and volunteer, as well as an option to designate funds specifically for Passover food. O’Melveny’s efforts will include a virtual food drive and a volunteer event at the West Harlem Stock/Stop.

Food Bank provides food for more than 64 million free meals annually, and works with more than 1,000 soup kitchens, food pantries, senior centers, shelters, schools and other charities citywide. In New York City, 1 in 5 people rely on Food Bank.