Savannah, GA — 11.17 — The Eichholz Law Firm has been collecting canned goods and non-perishable food items for the past month to donate to The Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia. This year’s drive was extremely successful, and aimed at helping all members of the community have a healthy and happy holiday season.
“It’s always been very important for us to help our local community,” says David Eichholz. “Together, we can help solve hunger and collecting food for those in need is the first step. The Eichholz team is also looking forward to volunteering at two holiday dinners for the hungry next week in Savannah.”
Throughout the month of November, employees of the Eichholz Law Firm have come together to donate over 100 cans of food to the Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia. “There’s nothing more fulfilling than being able to meet the needs of fellow human beings,” says Daniel Eichholz, “It’s great to know you made a tangible difference in someone’s life.”
Donations made to the Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia help to feed hungry neighbors here in Savannah. Their program serve as a food safety net for children, senior citizens, low-income families and anyone else who may be at risk for hunger in Southern Georgia.
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About the Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia: Established in 1981 in Savannah Georgia, America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia is a locally inspired, volunteer driven nonprofit food bank and community partnering organization. Second Harvest serves as the food safety net for tens of thousands of children, senior citizens, low-income families, and people with disabilities who are at risk for hunger throughout Southern Georgia.