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Residents can donate non-perishable food items at dropboxes at public places around town starting today through the end of March. There are also secure boxes to make cash donations.
The donations will go to the Cleveland Foodbank. You can donate non-perishable food items at these locations:
- Solon's three fire stations
- Solon Police Department
- Solon City Hall
- Solon Center for the Arts
- Solon Community Center and Solon Senior Center
- Solon Service Department
There will also be collections at Solon Schools buildings for students to donate goods.
Firefighters will also be on hand at Giant Eagle on March 31 for a collection drive, said Jake Fried, a firefighter who has organized the drive.
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