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Pond Lehocky Giordano gives back by swapping tech for meals

Thousands of needy families will be getting meals this holiday season after Pond Lehocky Giordano exchanged their printers for food donationsIn partnership with Fraser Advanced Information Systems, Sharp Business USA, and other companies in the region, the businesses raised more than $21,000 for the‘Tech Deals for Local Meals’ program, which supports local food banks and restaurants impacted by the pandemic.  

Tech Deals for Local Meals initiative encourages companies to donate printers in return for $500, which is then provided to a local charity. Pond Lehocky Giordano’s contribution was given directly to Philabundance. Other local organization which received gifts through the program include Second Harvest Food Bank, Share Food Program, and Project SHARE. 

Pond Lehocky Giordano strives to improve our community through education the public about the law and giving back through our charitable and volunteer efforts. Throughout the pandemic, the firm volunteered and donated to local organizations through the Pond Lehocky Community. Most notably, the firm paid staff members to volunteer with Share Food Program and donated lunches to local front-line workers at hospitals in Philadelphia.  

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