Volunteer for Law Society of Upper Canada’s Meal Program

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Law Society of Upper Canada
Osgoode Hall, Photo by Mikerussell
Law Society of Upper Canada
Osgoode Hall, Photo by Mikerussell

Want to expand your social network while also making a contribution to your community? You may be interested in volunteering for the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Lawyers Feed the Hungry program. The program was established by civil litigation lawyer Martin Teplitsky in 1998, and since that time, program volunteers have been serving the Toronto community hot, healthy meals several times a week. The meals are served in the Osgoode Hall cafeteria, located at 130 Queen Street West, every Wednesday and Friday evening at 5 p.m., and on Thursday and Sunday mornings at 6:45 a.m. and 10 a.m. respectively. The program runs throughout the year and is staffed by volunteers including lawyers, law students, City of Toronto staff, and other members from the business community. Contact volunteer coordinator Alison Rose at [email protected] to find out about volunteering for dinner hours or Jay Brecher at [email protected] or David Bronskill at [email protected] for more information regarding breakfast hours.