(Cleveland) - The twenty-seventh annual Harvest For Hunger Campaign was launched Thursday at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.
The 21 county drive aims to raise enough money and food to provide 22 million meals to local needy. More than 247,000 people turn to hunger programs annually in Northeast Ohio and nearly fifty percent of those served by the Food Bank's programs are children and elderly.
You can donate by logging on to Harvestforhunger.org or you may make a donation at your local supermarket check-out line starting this Sunday.
Karen Pozna with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank says even a small donation of one dollar can provide up to four nutritious meals for those in need.
(Photo courtesy of WTAM 1100's Carmen Angelo)