Some people in Southwest Florida need help to feed their families because of the ongoing pandemic. As many as 25 to 30% more people are turning to food pantries to make ends meet right now.
So this weekend, one community stepped up to help their neighbors in need.
The temperatures in Estero were cold, but the cause warmed everyone.
As many as 240 people in the Copperleaf Golf Club community put on their sneakers to raise money in the fight against hunger.
And with every step, the donations poured in, along with a check for $80,000 to the Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida.
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