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Pond Lehocky Giordano donates office supplies to Share Food Program ahead of International Day of Charity

Pond Lehocky Giordano donated 10 workstations to local non-profit, Share Food Program, ahead of International Day of Charity on September 5. The firm, which recently reconfigured its office space to comply with social distance, opted to donate the gently used furniture.  

Pond Lehocky is always eager to help with our time and our resources,” Chief Operating Officer Jackie Donovan said. “Our team has been donating their time to Share throughout the pandemic, so it was great we could continue to help by donating workstations.”  

Share Food Program, which first opened in 1986, is part of a national network of Shares dedicated to expanding community access to wholesome, affordable food. Since that time, Share has evolved into a vibrant, high-impact organization, recognized for their strong leadership role in reducing regional hunger and expanding access to nutritious, affordable food across the Greater Philadelphia area. 

Pond Lehocky is proud to support our community every day, but especially during trying times. We strive to improve our community through educating the public about the law and giving back through volunteer efforts. Learn more about all the firms community initiatives here 

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