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Volunteering

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and people do different things for the holiday. For example, some people like to help out at churches and food banks for the people who don’t have a lot to eat for the holidays. Churches all around Cleveland and the Cleveland Heights area give out food to the people who are in need.The Starlight Baptist Church needs volunteers to give out food such as fruits, vegetables and sweets. The Greater Cleveland Food Bank has been around since 1979. Ever since then, they have served millions of people. They have something called the “super six” which is beef stew, canned soup, canned veggies, canned tuna, peanut butter, and cereal. For the holidays, they also provide hot meals to the people in need. These meals include foods like mashed potatoes, greens, and chicken. They also have volunteers who help the packaging of the food. Those volunteers need to be at least 12 years of age. If you’re not of that age, you can join them on family nights. On family nights,  anyone can come out and help them by doing certain games and projects that will benefit the people in need.

“Only by giving are you able to receive more than you have.” -Jim Rohn  

Interested in volunteering? Call (216)738-2069.

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