The economic hardships created by the coronavirus pandemic prompted a record-breaking effort by Georgia’s legal community to raise funds for the state’s food banks.

This year’s Legal Food Frenzy, held over two weeks in April and May, raised a total of $852,090, which food banks can turn into over 3,331,062 meals for hungry families, according to Frenzy organizers.

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