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Alabama State Bar and Alabama Attorney General’s Office Announce Winners of Alabama Legal Food Frenzy

ALABAMA, June 14, 2021 – Alabama State Bar President Christina Crow and Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall have announced the winners of the 2020 Alabama Food Frenzy. The fifth year of the Legal Food Frenzy raised the equivalent of 160,000 meals for Alabama families facing hunger.

The Alabama Legal Food Frenzy is an annual statewide competition among law firms to benefit Alabama’s four regional food banks. The Alabama State Bar joined with the Attorney General and the Alabama Food Bank Association to coordinate this annual fundraiser.

“The Alabama Legal Food Frenzy is a tangible example of the power lawyers have when they work together toward a common service goal: providing support for our fellow Alabamians in need of food assistance. The challenges presented by the Coronavirus pandemic only served to underscore why this fundraiser matters now more than ever. I am proud of the good work our members do in support of these efforts,” said President Methvin.

The law firm or legal organization that donated the most per employee this year is Martin & Helms, PC, which will receive The Attorney General’s Cup, with other honors to other firms awarded in categories based on the firm’s size. The winners of the Alabama Legal Food Frenzy are:

Attorney General’s Cup
Martin & Helms, P.C.

Food Bank of North Alabama
20,000 meals donated | 5,000 per employee

Top Category Winners

Sole Proprietor (1-2) Dagney Johnson Law Group Community Food Bank of Central Alabama 3,500 meals donated | 1,750 per employee

Small (3-20) Martin & Helms, P.C. Food Bank of North Alabama
20,000 meals donated | 5,000 per employee

Medium (21-40) Hill Hill Carter Franco Cole & Black, P.C. Montgomery Area Food Bank 31,175 meals donated | 820 per employee

Large (40+) Carr Allison - Birmingham Community Food Bank of Central Alabama 45,350 meals donated | 354 per employee

Legal Organization U.S. District Court - Southern District of Alabama Food Bank of North Alabama
5,225 meals donated | 87 per employee

More than 1.8 million Alabamians need food assistance and one in four children in Alabama comes from families that experience food hardships. Alabama’s four regional food banks distributed more than 73.5 million pounds of food last year through their network of more than 1,600 partner agencies and pantries.

About Alabama Food Bank Association

The Alabama Food Bank Association works to end hunger by assisting the food bank network in obtaining more food and funds, fostering public awareness of the food banks’ mission, and creating partnerships to help alleviate hunger in Alabama. Every day, the eight food banks in Alabama partner with a statewide network of food donors, emergency food pantries, and soup kitchens to provide food to hungry people. Fighting hunger requires significant funding for every step of the process—from acquiring food, to storing the food, to transporting the food to people in need. Learn more at

About The Alabama State Bar

The Alabama State Bar (ASB) is the official statewide organization of lawyers in Alabama. Since 1923, when the Alabama State Bar was created by an act of the legislature, ASB programs and activities have continuously served the public and improved the justice system. It is dedicated to promoting the professional responsibility and competence of its members, improving the administration of justice and increasing the public understanding of and respect for the law. The Alabama State Bar Communications Department can be reached at 334.269.1515 or


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