CLEVELAND — The St. Augustine Hunger Center plans to feed thousands of people in need this coming Easter Sunday.
“We’ve received donations to serve up to 10,000 meals. Many people continue to struggle considering current conditions. We will be using COVID safety protocols as we prepare for carryout and meal delivery service this Easter Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,” said Father Bill O’Donnell, pastor of St. Augustine Parish.
This year, the parish will serve prepackaged carry-out meals and meals that will be delivered. The meals include ham, vegetables, salad and a dessert.
The parish said meals will be delivered to designated areas around Cleveland and to exterior areas of homeless shelters. If you are in need and would like to have a meal delivered, you can call the parish office at 216-781-5530 to make arrangements. St. Augustine is also in need of volunteers to help drive and deliver the meals.
St. Augustine is located at 2486 West 14th St. in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood.
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