Henry Lim Joins Second Harvest Food Bank’s Board

Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida recently welcomed Henry Lim to its board of directors.

“I understand that food insecurity affects communities of color at a higher percentage,” Lim said. “And the pandemic has only worsened circumstances for many of these families. I’m humbled by this opportunity to join Second Harvest’s board and help to make a difference for those in need.”




Lim emigrated with his family from Nicaragua and saw how his parents struggled to put food on the table – an experience that inspired lifelong advocacy for others and prompted his involvement with Second Harvest.

A Maitland-based immigration attorney, Lim belongs to the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Florida State University before going to the University of Miami School of Law.

For more than a year, Second Harvest’s food distribution has been equivalent to 300,000 meals a day – double the organization’s pre-pandemic operation levels. To learn how to support the food bank, visit www.FeedHopeNow.org.

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