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Food from the Heart donation drive feeds families Friday

St. Vincent de Paul will feed nearly 1,000 families Friday just in time for Christmas, thanks to the Food from the Heart donation drive. (FOX19 NOW file) St. Vincent de Paul will feed nearly 1,000 families Friday just in time for Christmas, thanks to the Food from the Heart donation drive. (FOX19 NOW file)
People are already lining up for free holiday meals at St. Vincent de Paul. (FOX19 NOW/Miranda del Pozo) People are already lining up for free holiday meals at St. Vincent de Paul. (FOX19 NOW/Miranda del Pozo)
WEST END, OH (FOX19) - St. Vincent de Paul will feed nearly 1,000 families Friday just in time for Christmas. thanks to the Food From the Heart donation drive.

The annual food basket distribution program provides healthy meals for families in the Tri-State. 

Families began lining up several hours in advance to receive the baskets available 9 a.m. to noon at St. Vincent De Paul West End Outreach Center, 1125 Bank St.

You must bring a photo ID. There is a limit to one basket per family.

The community played a big part in this effort, through the Food From the Heart donation drive.

St. Vincent de Paul will also feed 60 seniors on Monday and take care of the Christmas lists for 350 families. 

The organization will help around 3500 people this holiday season.

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