Become A Q104 Hunger Hero And Help Harvest For Hunger

February 27, 2018

Harvest for Hunger is an annual awareness campaign aimed at fighting hunger in 21 of Ohio’s counties. It is a joint effort of the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank, Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley and Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio. Did you know that 1 in 6 northeast Ohioans struggle with hunger? Many people in northeast Ohio are forced to make tough choices. Unexpected expenses, prescription costs and rising heat costs are all things that can prevent people from being able to put food on the table and forcing them to make tough decisions, which often results in hunger. But you can help. Every dollar you donate to harvest for hunger will make possible four nutritious meals.

Donate today at Help feed your neighbors. Keep in mind you can always find more information at!

April 1 – 30 Dunkin’ Donuts Icon Campaign

Where: local Dunkin’ Donuts

Notes: Dunkin’ Donuts will sell icons in-store for $1 to benefit Harvest for Hunger.

April 12 (build) April 13 – 22 April 23 (deconstruction) Canstruction

Where: Southpark Mall

Notes:  Competing teams, led by architects and engineers, showcase their talents by designing giant sculptures made entirely out of canned foods.  Canned goods are donated to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.  Architect teams will build their structures on Thursday, April 27 when the mall closes.

May 1 – 31 Erie Island Coffee Drive

Where: 19300 Detroit Avenue, Rocky River

Notes: Customers can make a donation to the Harvest for Hunger campaign at the Rocky River location.  All customers who make a donation will receive a coupon for a free medium drip coffee at their next visit to the Rocky River location.

Sunday, April 29 Market at the Food Bank

When& Where: Greater Cleveland Food Bank, 5 – 8:30 p.m.

Notes: Nearly 50 local restaurants offer tastings of their signature dishes. For tickets go to