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Celler Law & The Bobbie Celler Feeds The World Foundation

10/11/2013 – As a Florida law firm, Celler Law has a long track-record of giving back to the community through founder Bobbie Celler’s ‘Bobbie Celler Feeds The World Foundation’. Recently, the philanthropic foundation helped pick up approximately 16,000 pounds of bananas which were then delivered to hundreds of migrant families in South Florida. This action helped thousands of individuals and acted as another way for Celler Law to help the Florida communities it serves. As a South Florida law firm, Celler Law has dedicated itself to practice areas that help the physically, economically and socially subjugated. These practice areas include personal injury, immigration law, wrongful death, nursing home abuse and many other bodily injury specializations. Celler Law is located at 3600 FAU Boulevard STE 101, Boca Taon, FL 33431.

To Bobbie:

"Hello my name is Beatriz and I would like to thank you for all you do at the Village Baptist Church.

I pray that god continues to bless you and your family. Thank You!."
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Bobbie Celler:

"Thank you for your contribution to the food pantry. May God bless you and give you health to continue in this ministry to the community."

From Daphine Burgan
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Mr. Celler:

I thank god for you and your generosity. You help me and my daughter out every month. May you continue to do good by helping others.

Ms. L. Miller
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Supporting Education

Celler Law is pleased to announce its partnership with Imagine-Chancellor. Recently, Celler Law donated book bags filled with school supplies to needy students at Imagine-Chancellor. Celler Law is a huge supporter of education and has recently implemented an Academic Achievement Contest for students to compete to win a chance at a meet and greet with the celebrities performing at Bobbie Celler’s Screamfest on October 26, 2013 at the BB&T Center.

Learn More about Imagine-Chancellor at www.imagine-chancellor.com

Boca Raton Personal Injury Law Firm Feeds Hundreds Of Hungry Families In South Florida

BOCA RATON, FL September 13, 2013 -- On Saturday September 21, approximately 700 hungry families in South Florida will be receiving the food they desperately need. This wonderful food distribution would not be possible without the help of Celler Law, P.A., a personal injury law firm located in Boca Raton.

On September 21, 70,000 pounds of food will be delivered to the Village Baptist Church in West Palm Beach, Florida where it is estimated that 700 families will receive meat and potatoes. Giving meat and potatoes to hungry families would not be possible without a refrigerated truck, which is owned by Celler Law, P.A. The truck was purchased specifically to be able to provide food to hungry families across South Florida.

Hunger is a remarkably serious issue in South Florida. According to a study conducted by the Food and Research Action Center, approximately 30% of South Florida families struggle with hunger each day. With these numbers in mind, Bobbie Celler, the owner and managing attorney at Celler Law, P.A., played a major part in coordinating the September 21st food distribution event. Mr. Celler hopes he can help dent the quantity of hungry families in his own backyard. In regards to his motivation for this program, Mr. Celler said:
“I know that I cannot eliminate hunger on my own. 70,000 pounds of food is small when you consider how many people in the world are going hungry every day. I am fortunate that I am able to give something back to the community and help families in need.”

Food will be collected starting today until September 21st. Volunteers will begin distributing food at 9:30 a.m. at The Village Baptist Church, which is located at 3600 Village Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33407.

Celler Law, P.A., is a personal injury law firm located in Boca Raton, FL. The firm currently represents over 50 hospitals throughout the State and also focuses on representing those injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. Celler Law offers a free consultation to potential clients.

Bobbie Celler is the founder of the Bobbie Celler Feeds The World Foundation. This foundation promotes better, healthier lives for millions of families and communities around the world. The Bobbie Celler Feeds The World Foundation not only helps feed millions, but also promotes a cleaner Earth by using trucks that the foundation buys and converts to ethanol based fuels, as well as manufacturing biodegradable corn-starch food containers, and using 100% recycled cardboard containers.

Bobbie Celler is also the founder and chairman of the Bobbie Celler Organization. This organization, along with several other health care organizations founded by Bobbie, help implement cutting edge technology solutions in healthcare facilities that increase efficiency and revenue. The Bobbie Celler Organization has saved non-profits tens of millions of dollars through its actions.

Bobbie Celler and Celler Law are committed to supporting the community around them. This dedication to helping others is part of the reason Celler Law goes the extra mile when helping personal injury plaintiffs. For Celler Law, a personal injury case is not just business, but, as the name suggests, it's personal.



Feeding Hungry Families In South Florida


We had more than 2,000 families with more than 8,100 individuals registered and then we had enough food left over to take tens of thousands of pounds of meat, corn, green beans and potatoes to hundreds of migrants in Pahokee, a soup kitchen in Boynton that ran out of food, the Guatemalan Center, a sober house, an addiction center and a homeless shelter.

God Bless you...without your truck none of this happens.




Feeding Families for the Holidays


Sunday night the members and visitors at the fledgling Arabic Christian Church went into their evening service about 6:30.

This church has few resources. Its focus is to reach out to Muslim's who have fled violence in the Mideast and who have been taught to hate Americans and those who don't believe as Muslims do.

Their pastor has found that the best way to reach these immigrants and break down barriers is to show them unconditional love, specifically to feed them.

Based on your hard work, prayers and donations when these people left their service they were amazed to find a bounty of food including two kinds of chicken, frozen blueberries, fresh corn, cucumbers, zucchini, boxes of canned and dry goods and a bag of very nice gifts for 30 children.

Then Tuesday hundreds of migrant families attended a service at St. Mary's in Pahokee. They all left with a big bag of corn from a donation of about 20,000 lbs. we made to the church.

Monday night, after Jacquie and I had left to visit my sisters in Virginia...many of our volunteers gathered at Village Baptist and signed up about 30 families who had no hope for Christmas plus gave out food and in some cases toys to about another 45 families who had missed appointments over the weekend.

All in all we registered more than 2,300 families for the holidays (including more than 10,000 people) with most coming well past the deadline to get help at other organizations. With your help we were their last hope, and we delivered with God's loving hand behind us.

Thank you so much for your part in making this happen!

Get some rest.

We have hungry people to feed in January.

Celler Law and Bobbie Celler Feeds The World Foundation's generous donations


With Celler Law and Bobbie Celler Feeds The World Foundation's generous donations, West Palm Beach churches fed close to 10,000 people at Christmas and helped deliver toys to about 3,000 children. Bobbie Celler founder of these organizations says "It's all about giving back to the community and people. They have helped me change my life and now I'm going to help them change theirs".

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