Food drive extended to help food banks during coronavirus

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — An annual Kentucky food drive is being expanded and extended to support food banks seeing an increased need due to the coronavirus. The Kentucky Legal Food Frenzy initiative traditionally runs through March 14 and seeks food and monetary donations from the legal community for Feeding Kentucky, the statewide network of food banks. Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division announced Monday that the drive will now run through April 3 and is expanding to allow anyone in the state to contribute. The Legal Food Frenzy has raised the equivalent of over 1 million meals for Kentuckians since 2017.