Barrie Lawyers Feed the Hungry

Barrie Lawyers Feed the Hungry

The Barrie Lawyers Feed the Hungry program (BLFTH), launching in September of 2015, partners with the Salvation Army - Bayside Mission to serve meals to the vulnerable and impoverished in the Barrie community. The Salvation Army serves dinner seven days a week and can serve up to two hundred guests. The BLFTH sponsors the dinner served every second Wednesday of each month assisting the Salvation Army with their daunting task of feeding the hungry in our community. Lawyers also volunteer their time to serve each meal that the program has sponsored.

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Program Highlights

Lawyers Feed the Hungry London program revenues

For January to December 2016, Barrie Program revenues totalled $13,553. To view dollar values in the chart above, hover over one of its sections.
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Lawyers Feed the Hungry London program expenses

For the period of January to December 2016, the Program provided $5,002 in support payments to charitable organizations involved in hunger relief in the community and $4,316 in fund raising costs. A total of $9,318 was spent. To view dollar values in the chart above, hover over one of its sections.
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Volunteers

The program functions thanks to the hard work and effort of its committee members:

Executive Committee:

  • Sabrina Lucenti - Dooley Lucenti LLP
  • Kimberly Miles - Miles Criminal Law

Fundraising and Volunteer Committees:

  • Esther Armchuk - Commissioner, Corporate Services, Town of Newmarket
  • Lori Aylwin - HGR Graham Partners
  • Lisa Roszell - Barriston LLP
  • Christopher Salazar - HGR Graham Partners
  • Sarah Tarcza - Assistant Crown Attorney, Simcoe County

If you are a lawyer and interested in volunteering to serve meals with the program, please send an email to Sabrina Lucenti at slucenti@dllaw.ca

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Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events scheduled at this time.

Recent Events

The lead volunteers of the Barrie Program held an event Dinner and Silent Auction on October 13, 2016, in support of the Salvation Army-Bayside Mission, and raised approximately $8,500 for the Program. The Law Society Foundation would like to thank participants for your generosity.

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