Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff Celebrates Food Literacy Month by Supporting Soil Born Farms on Facebook

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September is national food literacy month, and Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff, is promoting the cause by supporting local non-profit Soil Born Farms via its Facebook page.

Through the month, they will donate $5 for every new person who "likes" their Facebook page (up to $500). This is a part of their overall plan to support a different community organization each month, pledging a sum of money based on the amount of new fans that join their Facebook page. Over the past two years, they've used this charity model to donate to organizations such as Sierra Forever Families, Sacramento Food Bank, Sacramento Children's Home, the rebuilding of McKinley Park, and many others.

Each partner takes an active role in supporting community organizations, and they often use their Facebook campaign to support the causes that they are individually fond of. This month, it's partner Eric Ratinoff.

Eric is passionate about supporting local agriculture, and often blogs about it on his personal injury law/foodie blog The Law Chef. This summer he launched a new website dedicated to celebrating the rich agricultural bounty in our state, titled California Farm to Table. He claims he was inspired, in part, by the efforts of Soil Born Farms.

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Topics:  Charitable Donations, Facebook

Published In: Firm Marketing Updates, Personal Injury Updates

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