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CLEVELAND (WJW) – The long line of cars at the Muni Lot during the Greater Cleveland Food Bank‘s weekly distribution only seems to be growing.
“Over the summer, we were seeing an average of about 1,500 households every single week,” said Director of Advocacy and Public Education Kimberly LoVano. “Since the fall hit, over the past about two months, we’ve been seeing an average of 2,200 families every Thursday afternoon.”
The hunger-relief organization is bracing for even more need in the community now that the federal expanded child tax credit has expired.