FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Hundreds of people, many carrying plastic bins, waited Saturday morning to get food from the Community Harvest Food Bank.
The line is a stark reminder of the toll the economy is having on area families.
Volunteers who help at the food bank say the crowd has slowly crept this level over time, and it is a good reminder of how many people are in need in Northeast Indiana.
Community Harvest works with social service organizations, churches and individuals who donate food to help feed over 21,000 people a week.
Community Harvest is always looking for donations. Contact the food bank at 447-3696 for more information.
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