CLEVELAND, Ohio — With many families still suffering from the pandemic, Horizon Education Centers is giving back to the community with a Mobile Food Pantry.
On Thursday, Sept. 3, from 3-5:30 p.m., Horizon is hosting the event on Cleveland’s west side at Horizon Education Center in Market Square, 2500 W. 25th Street.
The school is partnering with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank on the event, which is open to all. It will be first-come, first-served, rain or shine, and organizers suggest residents bring their own bags.
To pick up food, people will need an ID, but do not need to pre-register.
This is just one way Horizon gives back to its community, says Renee Kamenos Marketing Coordinator.
With summer ending, Horizon is opening its centers for full-day care with academic support for online learning.
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