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Our Michigan Auto Law Forgotten Harvest volunteer day

December 19, 2014 by Steven M. Gursten

Last week, our Michigan Auto Law attorneys and legal professionals volunteered at the Forgotten Harvest food  bank in Oak Park.

We were able to package more than 4,000 pounds of food, which is enough to feed 4,428 people.

Here are some photos from the great day we had:


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Attorny Jordan Jones at Forgotten Harvest
Attorney Jordan Jones keeps track of the amount of food cleaned and packed.
Attorney Bobby Raitt at Forgotten Harvest
Attorney Bobby Raitt adds labels with a smile.

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Every year around the holidays, the team at Michigan Auto Law takes a paid day off of work to volunteer to help feed the hungry. Last year, we cleaned, chopped and packaged more than 600 pounds of produce for families in Metro Detroit.  We also made a substantial financial contribution. One dollar provides five meals for your neighbors in need.

Forgotten Harvest is a special charity to us. Its mission is to relieve hunger in metro Detroit by donating food to emergency food providers. According to Forgotten Harvest, one in five people in Metro Detroit face hunger.

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