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Posted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 10:45 am

Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk is helping 11-year-old Girl Scout Jaelah Thomas collect canned foods for the local organization, Mom’s Pantry.

Thomas is working her way from Junior to Cadet and chose to host a canned food drive as her service project due to the severity of hunger in Arizona. Her goal is to fill as many bins as she can by the end of this month.

Mom’s Pantry is a local community food bank built on the bedrock of a single promise — that no man, woman or child — go hungry. Jaburg Wilk participated in another community food drive this past month benefiting St. Mary’s Food Bank.

For more information, contact Lindsay Preach at (602) 248-1000 or visit www.momspantryphoenix.org.

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