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SYLVANIA, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Several Sylvania businesses are joining forces to help end hunger in the area, and they're using Facebook to do it.
Seven business owners want to market their businesses, but in a way that will help others in the process.
"It amazes me how the little things we take for granted – there's always food in our cupboards, or we can go into the gas station and get whatever, anytime we want," said Scott France, of France Law Group. "Just the fact that there's people in our community that don't have breakfast or go to school hungry, that's sad."
That's where "Feed my Face(book)" comes into play. Facebook users can go to one of the participating businesses' page, and click "Like," and a can of food is donated.
All food collected from now until May 12 will benefit the Seagate Food Bank of Northwest Ohio.