“When you donate $ 1 to Harvest for Hunger, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank can help provide enough food for four nutritious meals.”
CLEVELAND – Editor’s Note: The video at the top of this story was released prior to the official launch of the Harvest for Hunger campaign.
More than 25 million Meals are on this year’s plans for food banks in northeast Ohio as they launch the 30th annual Harvest for Hunger fundraiser.
“When you donate $ 1 to Harvest for Hunger, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank can help provide enough food for four nutritious meals,” officials said. “The Food Bank serves more people than ever before. Many new families who have never used a grocery bank are turning to us for the first time – the grocery bank is serving twice as many new families as it did at the same time last year. “
This need has increased because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
You can donate to the Harvest for Hunger campaign through the Greater Cleveland Food Bank HERE. Donations can also be made while you check out at the following stores across the region: Giant Eagle, Get Go, Heinen’s, Dave’s Markets, Lucy’s Market, Fishers Foods, and Buehler’s Fresh Foods.
The Greater Cleveland Food Bank hosted a virtual event Wednesday morning to officially launch the Harvest for Hunger campaign. 3News’ Matt Standridge was among the special guests taking part in a pre-recorded Celebrity Supermarket Challenge. This year’s winners – for the second year in a row – were Jeremiah and Morgan from the Q104 morning team. Watch the battle below:
Harvest for Hunger is used to raise money for meals for hunger relief organizations in 21 counties in northeast and north central Ohio, including the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank, Mahoning Valley and Second Harvest Food Bank Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio.
Editor’s Note: The video in the player above was originally released on February 25, 2020.