Coleman Talley will be making contributions to Second Harvest of South Georgia and Greater Valdosta United Way during the next four weeks as a part of ongoing COVID-19 relief. For every residential closing transaction beginning April 19, Coleman Talley will donate $100, which will be split evenly and donated to benefit the work of the United Way and the local food bank.
The tenth annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy will take place from April 19 through April 30 with all donations going directly to Second Harvest of South Georgia. The local food bank has experienced an unprecedented surge in demand throughout the last year and continues to host weekly food distributions throughout the region. The Legal Food Frenzy has become Coleman Talley’s hallmark fundraiser since 2012, with the firm recognized as a winner each year. Thanks to contributions from attorneys, staff, and clients, the firm is on track to surpass cumulative donations of $250,000 during the contest’s tenth year.
The Greater Valdosta United Way serves Berrien, Brooks, Echols, Lanier, and Lowndes counties through 20 partner agencies focused on education, financial stability, health, and community. During the coronavirus pandemic, the organization is helping to feed healthcare workers, collect donated items for agencies, and provide volunteers.