TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)- Harvesters is calling on the community's help to donate in the first ever virtual food drive.
In conjunction with the Point in Time homeless count and the Topeka and Shawnee County homeless task force-the first ever virtual food drive is in the Topeka community and all proceeds go to Harvesters.
The goal is to raise one dollar for every resident living in Shawnee County which would equal more than $178,000.
Residents are encouraged to donate by logging on to http://homelessandhungry.harvesters.org.
Harvesters network of non profit agencies will provide food to one in eight people in the region this year and 66,000 each week.
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