Alabama Legal Food Frenzy

A virtual food drive among Alabama lawyers

Alabama Legal Food Frenzy

The 5th annual Alabama Legal Food Frenzy begins on May 4, 2020 and is open until May 15, 2020. Competing firms are separated into five categories: Large firms (> 40 employees), Medium firms (21 – 40 employees), Small firms (3 – 20 employees), Sole practicioners (1 – 2 employees) and Legal Organizations. If you wish to register for the competition, please select “Register My Law Firm” below. If you wish to donate without registering your law firm or legal organization, select “Donate without Registering”. Thank you for taking the time to help us fight hunger in Alabama!

2020 Alabama Legal Food Frenzy Winners

Attorney General’s Cup


Martin & Helms P.C.

(15,000 meals donated | 3,750 per employee)

Food Bank of North Alabama

Sole Proprietor
(1-2 employees)

Dagney Johnson Law Group

(2,875 meals donated) (1,438 per employee)

Community Food Bank of Central Alabama

Small Law Firm
(3-20 employees)

Martin & Helms, P.C.

15,000 meals donated 3,750 per employee

Food Bank of North Alabama

Medium Law Firm
(21-40 employees)

Hill Hill Carter Franco Cole & Black, P.C.

26,175 meals donated 689 per employee

Montgomery Area Food Bank

Large Law Firm
(> 40 employees)

Carr Allison - Birmingham

24,600 meals donated 181 per employee

Community Food Bank of Central Alabama


Progress Rail - A Caterpillar Company

9,500 meals donated 864 per employee

Food Bank of North Alabama

Competing Firms

If your firm has registered for the Alabama Legal Food Frenzy, you may donate by selecting the Donate button below.

Law Firms

Annette McDermott Carwie, Attorney at Law
Armbrecht Jackson LLP
Badham & Buck, LLC
Carr Allison – Birmingham
Carr Allison – Daphne
Cory Watson Attorneys
Dagney Johnson Law Group
Hill Hill Carter Franco Cole & Black, P.C.
Jinks, Crow & Dickson, P.C.
Law Offices of Jennifer Joyce Tompkins LLC
Lewis & Feldman, LLC
Martin & Helms, P.C.
Maynard, Cooper & Gale, P.C.
Methvin, Terrell, Yancey, Stephens & Miller, P.C.
Prim & Mendheim LLC
Proctor & Vaughn LLC
Reta A. McKannan, Esq.
The Five Points Law Group LLC
The Wininger Law Firm, LLC
White Arnold & Dowd, PC.


Legal Organizations

Alabama State Bar
Birmingham Bar Association
City of Decatur Legal Department
City of Huntsville Legal Department
Progress Rail – A Caterpillar Comany
The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office
U.S. District Court-Southern District of Alabama
University of Alabama System, UA Office of Counsel


What is the Legal Food Frenzy?

We are pleased to announce that the 5th Annual Alabama Legal Food Frenzy will be held May 4th – May 15th, 2020. We are excited to share that this year the competition will be entirely online, through a “virtual food drive”. We had already planned to transition to a digital format, to make donating even easier, but the COVID-19 outbreak this Spring has provided additional incentive to take the Frenzy on-line.  In fact, the challenges presented by the Coronavirus pandemic have only served to underscore why this fundraiser matters now more than ever.

Many of us recognize the inconveniences imposed by cancelations and quarantining, but for those who struggle with food insecurity, the impacts of the virus represent real economic hardship.  With schools closing, many children lose a prime source of daily meals. Low-wage and seasonal workers who already depend on food banks are finding their wages further trimmed by reduced hours, and by the fact that they suddenly have to find emergency childcare.  For so many Alabamians, this outbreak presents a seemingly insurmountable challenge.

This year if you’d like to participate in the competition, your firm must sign up during the month of April. The earlier you can register the better – so if you are able to sign up during the first two weeks of April, we will promote you as part of our Honor Roll on the Legal Food Frenzy Website. 

In even the most uneventful times, many of our neighbors in need turn to food banks for assistance. Alabama’s network of food banks provides support during times of personal, natural and political disasters. Over the next several weeks, our Alabama State Bar is joining with the Alabama Attorney General’s Office and the Alabama Food Bank Association to challenge lawyers, law firms, law schools and legal organizations to raise funds and food to help feed 1.8 million needy Alabamians. 

Alabama is home to four Feeding America food banks and four Partner Distribution Organizations, that together serve all 67 counties. These food banks purchase and provide food to over 1,600 pantry and soup kitchen programs across our states. One in four (4) Alabama children don’t always know where their next meal is coming from. Many rely on school meals as their primary food for the day. The timing of the legal food frenzy is more important than ever. Families turn to food banks when schools are closed to help fill the gap. Every dollar helps. Just $1.00 could help provide at least five meals for hungry families. 

To sign up to participate, or make a monetary donation, please visit Additional information and competition rules and award categories are available on the website. 

Many Alabamians are one job loss or medical crisis away from food insecurity, but some people, including children and seniors, may be at greater risk of hunger than others. The Legal Food Frenzy is a tangible example of the power lawyers have when we work together toward a common service goal: providing support for our fellow Alabamians in need of food assistance. Please join with me today to help end child hunger! Thank you for your consideration.