Bradley Arant Boult Cummings Volunteers Serve 100+ Families at Second Harvest Mobile Pantry

Press Release

Over a dozen Bradley Arant Boult Cummings volunteers last month unloaded trucks, sorted more than 15,000 pounds of food and helped 114 Nashvillians assemble boxes of fresh produce and groceries that would feed their families for one to two weeks. With funding from Bradley Arant, the Second Harvest mobile distribution at the East Nashville mobile pantry site doubled in scope to include both perishable and non-perishable food.

“Bradley Arant and our volunteer team were honored to help our Nashville neighbors who struggle to feed their families nutritious meals during the summer, when school-age children do not have access to free and reduced-price meals,” said Lela Hollabaugh, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings partner and volunteer group leader. “We were all deeply humbled to witness the long line and gratitude of people who were thrilled to receive both fresh produce and grocery staples.”

Information about Second Harvest Food Bank can be found at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee website.

BABC attorneys and staff pose in front of the 18-wheeler truck full of full of food to be distributed at the Second Harvest Food Bank Mobile Pantry in June. Pictured: Peter Sales, Erika Uhrlass, Louanne Staff, Sarah Blish, Ashleigh Swaggerty, Patsy Duffer, Sandy Naples, Lela Hollabaugh, Deborah Longbotham, Stacey Vogler, Suzanne Stephens, Frankie Spero
BABC attorneys and staff pose in front of the 18-wheeler truck full of full of food to be distributed at the Second Harvest Food Bank Mobile Pantry in June. Pictured: Peter Sales, Erika Uhrlass, Louanne Staff, Sarah Blish, Ashleigh Swaggerty, Patsy Duffer, Sandy Naples, Lela Hollabaugh, Deborah Longbotham, Stacey Vogler, Suzanne Stephens, Frankie Spero.

The amount of donated fresh food, baked goods, and produce was amazing.  Our people took the time to sort the food items to make it easier for the clients to “shop” for the items they needed. Pictured: from close up to the wall, Ashleigh Swaggerty, Frankie Spero, Deborah Longbotham, Erika Uhrlass, Lela Hollabaugh
The amount of donated fresh food, baked goods, and produce was amazing. Our people took the time to sort the food items to make it easier for the clients to “shop” for the items they needed. Pictured: from close up to the wall, Ashleigh Swaggerty, Frankie Spero, Deborah Longbotham, Erika Uhrlass, Lela Hollabaugh.

None of us had ever seen such big sweet potatoes! Pictured: from left to right, Peter Sales, Erika Uhrlass, Louanne Staff, Deborah Longbotham, Judy Hoskins, Suzanne Stephens, Sarah Blish
None of us had ever seen such big sweet potatoes! Pictured: from left to right, Peter Sales, Erika Uhrlass, Louanne Staff, Deborah Longbotham, Judy Hoskins, Suzanne Stephens, Sarah Blish.

The firm’s donation to Second Harvest Food Bank provided food staples, such as soup, canned vegetables and meat, chili, rice, spaghetti, peanut butter – which doubled the amount of food usually distributed at this Mobile Pantry location. Pictured:  Ashleigh Swaggerty, Judy Hoskins, Peter Sales
The firm’s donation to Second Harvest Food Bank provided food staples, such as soup, canned vegetables and meat, chili, rice, spaghetti, peanut butter – which doubled the amount of food usually distributed at this Mobile Pantry location. Pictured: Ashleigh Swaggerty, Judy Hoskins, Peter Sales.