CLEVELAND — An effort to help feed neighbors in need in Rocky River is happening this weekend. That is where a drive-thru food distribution will be held Saturday morning.
The private organizers raised more than $8,000 and an anonymous donor kicked in another $5,000 to purchase the food that they then put into bags to hand out.
The bags of food will be distributed Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at Saint Christopher Church in Rocky River on Detroit Road.
People who are attending are asked to pull in off Detroit Road and exit onto Northview Road. They say there will be signs directing you where to go.
The food drive was organized by the Daughters With Degrees home care and Jane Vitou with Keller Williams.
They are expecting to give out 800 bags of food.
Also, if you’d like to help, you can drop off non-perishable food items at the church earlier that morning, between 8 and 10 a.m. Saturday morning.
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