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May Events that Made a Difference

May Events that Made a Difference

Food From the Bar Comedy Night

In May the Contra Costa County Bar Association held its 23rd annual Food From The Bar fundraiser for the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano.  It started with the 19th annual Comedy Night kick-off, where 175 attorneys and guests enjoyed BBQ and belly laughs at Back Forty Texas BBQ in Pleasant Hill.  More than 20 generous sponsors donated to support the event.  That was followed by a two-week fundraising blitz by 35 large and small law offices in the county, whose 700+ employees helped raise more than $58,000.  Over the years the Bar Association has collected more than $1,100,000 and 110,000 pounds of food for the Food Bank.  The attorneys say they already are planning next year’s fundraiser and comedy show, as they work toward their second Million in donations!

A special thank you to our sponsors, we could not have done this without your support!

Wells Fargo, Archer Norris, Brown Church & Gee LLP, Newmeyer & Dillion LLP, The Recorder, Steele George Schofield & Ramos LLP, Timken Johnson LLP, Back Forty Texas BBQ, Contra Costa County Bar Association, Gil Berkeley, Law Offices of Suzanne Boucher, Buchman Provine Brothers Smith LLP, Certified Reporting Services, Esquire, Frankel Goldware Ferber LLP, Gagen McCoy McMahon Koss Markowitz & Raines, Miller Star Regalia, Quivx, Ringler Associates, Scott Valley Bank, Vasquez Benisek & Lindgren LLP

Drive Fore Break on Hunger Golf Classic– recap

On May 12th the Food Bank hosted our 2nd annual Drive Fore Break on Hunger Golf Classic where 120 golfers gathered at the beautiful course of Oakhurst Country Club to give their support. Because of all our amazing sponsors there was fun at every hole whether it was a giveaway or snack and drink station. After the tournament golfers enjoyed an award BBQ with raffle and contest winners announced. This tournament well exceeded our expectations. Thanks to everyone’s support we raised over $42,000 and hope to top that again next year.

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