What is the Lawyers’ Campaign Against Hunger?

In 1988, a group of dedicated Maryland attorneys launched a local fundraising effort in response to the ABA’s resolution declaring a “fundamental right to be free from hunger.” Twenty-nine years later, Maryland attorneys have raised more than 5 million dollars to support Maryland households struggling with hunger — and the Lawyers’ Campaign Against Hunger (LCAH) remains a philanthropic pillar in the legal community today.

Benefitting directly from the campaign, the Maryland Food Bank relies on these funds each year to expand programming and distribute staple groceries and fresh produce to food-insecure communities statewide.

For the 2016 Campaign, our goal is $400,000. We need your leadership to help us get there.


Sponsorship & Participation

Make your commitment to the campaign today! Contributions of $3,000 and above will be acknowledged at various sponsorship levels. View the tiers and complete the commitment form here.

All LCAH sponsors will be prominently displayed on the campaign letterhead, promoted by the Maryland Food Bank’s media partner for this campaign, and acknowledged in the Maryland Food Bank’s FY17 annual report. As an additional benefit of sponsorship, an attorney from your firm will be recognized as a member of the LCAH’s Honorary Committee.

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Lawyers Campaign Against Hunger

2016 Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is made up of members in the legal community who have volunteered to lead the Lawyers’ Campaign Against Hunger. The committee is responsible for setting an annual fundraising goal and working with colleagues and peers to meet or exceed the target.

Michael A. Pichini, Esquire – Campaign Chair
Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann, LLP

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