Your Local Food Bank Needs Your Help
Driving home from a deposition on Tuesday evening I was listening to NPR.1 They had a piece about how food banks in California are struggling. Donations across the board are down. Corporations that used to donate are reducing or even eliminating their donations. People who once donated to food banks are now showing up asking for food.
Tuesday night I made a decision to help my local food bank.
- I have donated all of the income from this website, retroactive to November 1, 2008 to my local food bank. I will be sending out an e-mail to all current paid subscribers thanking them for their support of this website and, by extension, our food banks.
I also decided to make a further commitment.
- I will continue to work on this site to bring you the absolute best workers’ compensation calculators for free. And, I will continue to donate every single cent from this website to this food bank through the end of this year.
- If you buy a monthly subscription, I will donate your subscription to this food bank through the end of the year. If you buy a yearly subscription between now and the end of the year, I’ll donate the whole thing to them. I do not believe this would be tax deductible for you, so I’ve thought of another option.
- If you make a donate of any amount to your local food bank, just send me a copy of the receipt and I will give you an equivalent amount of subscription access to this website. 2
If you use this website chances are you’re a professional who can spare enough to make a donation. I’m no good at impassioned pleas or eloquent words. Please make a donation and help out some hungry folks. If you want to sign up for access for this website, please e-mail me or try to make an online payment through your profile on this website.