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(Cleveland, Ohio) - October 12, 2017 - The Greater Cleveland Food Bank today announced that its 2017 Food for Flaws campaign, supported by the Cleveland Browns, is reaching record breaking levels with nearly 40,000 pounds of food given to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. This year, the Browns are donating one million pounds of food to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District to ensure that all students have the nutrition they need for healthy living and academic success.

This season's Food for Flaws campaign, which runs through Nov. 30, is also supported by local businesses and organizations, including the following sponsors:

To date, the Food for Flaws campaign has distributed nearly 18,000,000 meals to students in Cleveland Metropolitan School District.

The Cleveland Browns and Greater Cleveland Food Bank, in partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, have set out to raise funds and collect donations to help Cleveland Metropolitan School District feed more than 500,000 students during the 2017-18 school year. This includes a goal of donating 100,000 pounds of food to Cleveland Metropolitan School District through Food for Flaws.

About the Cleveland Browns Food for Flaws: Browns fans can help more kids in Cleveland receive the nutrition they need by supporting the Cleveland Browns Food for Flaws. With a goal of donating 100,000 pounds of food to Cleveland Metropolitan School District, fans can make a difference by giving the Browns a "food tax" for each home game. The team will match the dollar of the "food tax" from the home game at Progressive Field. The "food tax" is a simple, donation-based, tax that fans pay at Progressive Field to the Browns Food for Flaws campaign. For more information about the Browns Food for Flaws, click here: www.browns.com/FoodForFlaws.

About the Cleveland Food Bank: As a community-based organization with a simple mission to end hunger in Northeast Ohio, The Cleveland Food Bank has distributed nearly 18,000,000 meals since our inception in 1985. To date, nearly 600,000 children go hungry in Cuyahoga and Summit counties. The Food Bank is committed to changing the landscape of hunger and ending it in Northeast Ohio and the Food Bank delivers food, nutrition and hope in partnership with The Greater Cleveland Food Bank, area soup kitchens, community groups and other charitable organizations. Learn more at www.clevelandfoodbank.org.

About the Cleveland Metropolitan School District: Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) is the largest urban school district in Ohio, and one of the largest school districts in the United States. It operates the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, a prekindergarten through 12th grade school system with nearly 200 schools. It serves the residents of Cleveland and portions of the counties of Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Ashtabula, Portage and Sandusky. The District also operates the Cleveland Metropolitan Library, the Cleveland Municipal Court and a public vocational-technical school. For more information, visit www.CMSD.k12.oh.us.

About the Greater Cleveland Food Bank: The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is a nonprofit organization committed to changing the landscape of hunger in Northeast Ohio. The Food Bank distributes food to nearly 40,000 volunteers and 4,000 partner agencies and provides educational programs to over 100,000 people each year. For more information, please call 216.321.1212.

(Cleveland, Ohio) - October 12, 2017 - The Greater Cleveland Food Bank today announced that its 2017 Food for Flaws campaign, supported by the Cleveland Browns, is reaching record breaking levels with nearly 40,000 pounds of food given to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. This year, the Browns are donating one million pounds of food to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District to ensure that all students have the nutrition they need for healthy living and academic success.

This season's Food for Flaws campaign, which runs through Nov. 30, is also supported by local businesses and organizations, including the following sponsors:

To date, the Food for Flaws campaign has distributed nearly 18,000,000 meals to students in Cleveland Metropolitan School District.

The Cleveland Browns and Greater Cleveland Food Bank, in partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, have set out to raise funds and collect donations to help Cleveland Metropolitan School District feed more than 500,000 students during the 2017-18 school year. This includes a goal of donating 100,000 pounds of food to Cleveland Metropolitan School District through Food for Flaws.

About the Cleveland Browns Food for Flaws: Browns fans can help more kids in Cleveland receive the nutrition they need by supporting the Cleveland Browns Food for Flaws. With a goal of donating 100,000 pounds of food to Cleveland Metropolitan School District, fans can make a difference by giving the Browns a "food tax" for each home game. The team will match the dollar of the "food tax" from the home game at Progressive Field. The "food tax" is a simple, donation-based, tax that fans pay at Progressive Field to the Browns Food for Flaws campaign. For more information about the Browns Food for Flaws, click here: www.browns.com/FoodForFlaws.

About the Cleveland Browns Food for Flaws: Browns fans can help more kids in Cleveland receive the nutrition they need by supporting the Cleveland Browns Food for Flaws. With a goal of donating 100,000 pounds of food to Cleveland Metropolitan School District, fans can make a difference by giving the Browns a "food tax" for each home game. The team will match the dollar of the "food tax" from the home game at Progressive Field. The "food tax" is a simple, donation-based, tax that fans pay at Progressive Field to the Browns Food for Flaws campaign. For more information about the Browns Food for Flaws, click here: www.browns.com/FoodForFlaws.

About the Greater Cleveland Food Bank: As a community-based organization with a simple mission to end hunger in Northeast Ohio, The Cleveland Food Bank has distributed nearly 18,000,000 meals since our inception in 1985. To date, nearly 600,000 children go hungry in Cuyahoga and Summit


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