Justice Includes Food Security
It’s OK to Ask for Help with Food
An accident, injury, assault, or traumatic loss can take you out of work, leave you stranded without a vehicle, or amount to unexpected medical bills. Dealing with the stress of a serious accident may make things like shopping for groceries and cooking a meal seem even more daunting, even after you’ve filed a personal injury claim to help your recovery. The Atlanta Community Food Bank works with local food pantries and community centers that provide meals for you or your family while you focus on recovery.
When you’re dealing with the stress, pain and suffering, or loss after an accident, your next meal may not be a concern until you’re having trouble with:
- Driving to the store
- Paying for groceries
- Providing for your family
- Making healthy meal decisions
The Atlanta Community Food Bank can help if you’ve had difficulty providing food for yourself or your family.
Partnership with Atlanta Community Food Bank
If you live in the South Atlanta area (South Fulton, East Point, College Park, or Camp Creek), you’ve probably passed by The Dixon Firm billboards while driving down Camp Creek Parkway. Our upcoming billboard is a collaboration with The Atlanta Community Food Bank, a world-renowned non-profit organization that provides millions of meals to Georgia residents each year.
Our firm is excited to see the impact that the Atlanta Community Food Bank is making, especially around South Fulton and East Point. We’re using our platforms to highlight how accessible the Atlanta Community Food Bank is for acquiring free, fresh, healthy food. It helps those in need, whether facing a long or short-term hardship.
We plan to make an even bigger community impact by participating in the GA Legal Food Frenzy fundraiser from April 18-29, 2022. If you are interested and able to help our law firm raise money or awareness for food security, sign up for reminders.
If you need help locating a food pantry near you or assistance with securing food, text ‘FINDFOOD’ to 888-976-2232 or visit https://www.acfb.org/get-help/.
If you’re seeking injustice for an auto accident or suffering someone else’s negligence, call us to review your case for free.