Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyers Collect Donations For Spring Food Drive

Posted: March 20, 2015

More than 165,000 residents of Western New York struggle to get enough to eat each day. It’s estimated that almost one-third of those individuals are children. At William Mattar Law Offices, our team of Buffalo personal injury lawyers is working to address the issue of hunger in Western New York by holding our annual spring food drive.

We’re asking the public for assistance in collecting as many non-perishable food items as possible, including canned and dehydrated products like soups, canned fruit and vegetables, rice, or cereal. These donations will go directly to the Food Bank of WNY, where it will then be distributed to local people in need.

The Food Bank of WNY was established in 1979 as a way to intervene in situations where there is a food crisis. Since that time, the organization has provided hundreds of thousands of meals to residents of Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, and Niagara Counties.

If you would like to donate to this fantastic cause, feel free to drop off your donations to our office located at 6710 Main Street in Williamsville, New York, before the March 27 deadline.

Our firm appreciates any food items you can provide. We also encourage you to stay up to date on the other ways we are helping our neighbors by following us on Facebook or Twitter or checking out our community involvement page.





At William Mattar, we offer a free case evaluation if you or someone you know was injured in a car accident. For your free case evaluation, contact one of our Syracuse car accident lawyers.


Related Blog Articles
Our Achievements
We are proud to announce that William Mattar was named one of 2021’s Best Companies to Work for in New York. As a firm focused on helping people, we understand that this starts with how we treat each other. We’re happy to be recognized for creating such a notably positive work environment!

Start a Free Case Evaluation

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.