Saturday morning, people came in droves in spite of Saturday’s rain.
“We thank God for those who donated this food. We give it to those who cannot have for themselves,” said Marion Robinson, pastor of St. Matthews, A.M.E. Church.
The event happened on the church grounds at 1629 Bennett Street near East Raleigh.
Pastor Marion Robinson lifted up praise because he knows this massive turnout will feed families who are struggling during this pandemic.
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Organizers said the community and groups like the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina provided the food and the support.
Not only did people who lined up in the vehicles get tested for COVID-19 but some are received other health screenings and wellness information to help