(Cleveland) - The 2014 'Harvest For Hunger' Campaign was launched Wednesday morning at Quicken Loans Arena.
Leaders from the Cleveland Food Bank, The Cleveland Cavaliers and several local groceries unveiled this year's ambitious goal of raising enough food and money donations to supply 17-million meals to local needy.
The campaign is being held in 21 counties and runs through the spring. It's estimated one-in-six people in the region is food insufficient with the need seemingly increasing every year.
A $1.00 donation can supply four nutritious meals to local needy. If you want to donate food, the Cleveland Food Bank requests its' "Super-6" which consists of tuna fish, peanut butter, canned soup, canned vegetables, cereal and beef stew.