For the 42nd year in a row, St. Augustine Hunger Center and Parish in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood will be providing an Easter meal this Sunday.
The church hopes to feed 14,000 persons who would otherwise be unable to partake.
Organizers say to make this happen, the Hunger Center is in need of donations and volunteers.
A majority of the meals will be packed for delivery on Easter Sunday at a location in Parma, while some will be assembled in Walsh Hall at St. Augustine.
Meals are offered to anyone in need and to anyone living alone who would enjoy sharing a meal with others. In addition, the Church will provide transportation for people to and from the meal and also deliver meals to the homebound.
The hot meals will be served at the St. Augustine parish halls, as well as a multitude of other locations both east and west.