Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys Support Pahrump Kiwanis Food for Thought through Food Drive and VIP Rodeo Ticket Raffle Drawing

To help increase non-perishable food item donations to Pahrump Kiwanis Food for Thought’s educational program, Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys will be handing out one raffle ticket per item donated for a chance to win a pair of VIP tickets to the annual Pahrump Fall Festival Rodeo.

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Personal Injury Attorney Glen Lerner

Personal Injury Attorney Glen Lerner

Our local staff members came up with the raffle drawing to run in conjunction with the food drive as a way to help increase donations and awareness about the needs of the Pahrump Kiwanis Food for Thought educational program.

Pahrump, NV. (PRWEB) August 12, 2014

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys creates a win-win situation that encourages more people to donate non-perishable food items to support Pahrump Kiwanis Food for Thought’s educational program. They have done this by hosting a raffle drawing in conjunction with a food drive. How it works: for each non-perishable food item a person donates now through September 17, 2014, that person will receive one raffle ticket for a chance to win one pair of VIP tickets (one pair = 2 tickets) to attend the Pahrump Fall Festival Rodeo’s Friday, September 26, 2014 performance. The law firm has two pairs of tickets to give away. Food items may be dropped off at Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys, Moose Lodge, and American First National Bank Pahrump locations during regular business hours.

“Many students in the Pahrump Valley are provided breakfast and lunch through Nye County School District’s free and reduced cost food program. Those two meals at school are often the only stable meals they receive throughout the week and over the weekend,” said Attorney Glen Lerner, founder of Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys. “Our local staff members found out about this need and had to do something to help. They came up with the raffle drawing as a way to help increase donations for the food drive and awareness about the needs of the Pahrump Kiwanis Food for Thought educational program.”

Non-perishable food items the program can continuously use, include: cereal, pop tarts, breakfast bars, canned items with easy to open pop tops like SPAM®, tuna, vienna sausages, soups, ravioli, spaghetti, fruit, vegetables, and other items such as raisins, pudding cups, bottled water, ramen noodles, and individually wrapped and full-size mac and cheese boxes. Call 702-877-1500, or like the Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys’ Facebook page for more details about the raffle drawing/food drive to benefit Pahrump Kiwanis Food for Thought.

About Pahrump Kiwanis Food for Thought

The Pahrump Food for Thought program is an educational program that assists local students by providing them with enough food over to weekend to return to school on Monday full and ready to learn. Founded in 2008, Pahrump Kiwanis Food for Thought started out providing food and comfort to about 30 underprivileged students at Manse Elementary School. Today the program services over 475 students who attend pre-K, elementary, middle, high, and home schools throughout the Pahrump Valley. For more information about the program, volunteer opportunities, and how to make a donation, please contact Shannon Moore at 775-910-3329.

About Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys has been helping people with personal injuries and dangerous drug class action claims since 1998. Since then, the firm has grown into one of the largest plaintiff personal injury firms in the country with over 35 attorneys and affiliated partner law offices in Nevada, Arizona, Minnesota, Illinois, and Louisiana. They have settled, or tried to verdict over 75 cases in excess of a million dollars in the last decade alone. For additional information visit glenlerner.com, or call 1-800-GET-GLEN (800-438-4536).

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