Second Harvest Food Bank Accepts $2,500 Donation

By KBJR News 1

December 27, 2012 Updated Dec 27, 2012 at 11:00 PM CDT

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - Second Harvest Food Bank graciously accepted more than $2,500, thanks to Bernick's Vending and Super One Foods.

That's enough money to serve nearly 1,300 meals meals to northlanders in need.

The money will go straight to Second Harvest's Michael E. Miner hunger endowment, and will help provide food for hungry people all over the northland.

Executive Director Shaye Morris says the money will be used over time for a good cause.

"It's unique to our organization and it's unique to the region because it's not just a one time use fund. This 2,500 won't be spend tomorrow. It's going to have earnings on it and we'll use it year after year," Shaye Moris, the Executive Director of Second Harvest, said.

Bernick's provided 25 cents to the cause for each 24–pack of Pepsi products sold.

The money was raised in November.

Justin Reis, NNC.