Another record-breaking competition is in the books, after ongoing pandemic-related economic hardships led Georgia’s legal community to raise more funds for the state’s food banks than ever before.

This year’s Legal Food Frenzy, held over the last two weeks in April, raised a record-breaking total of $936,883, which food banks can use to fund more than 3 million meals for hungry families, according to Frenzy organizers.

Attorney General Chris Carr, speaking at a reception for Georgia Legal Food Frenzy donation raising a record breaking $419,321 raised (Photo: James Davis) Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr. (Photo: James Davis)