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Saints players urge community to donate to Loaves and Fishes

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Saints players Lance Moore, Courtney Roby and Joe Morgan will make an appearance at Edgewater Mall to sign autographs free of charge, all they're asking is that you bring a non-perishable food item to stock the pantry at Loaves and Fishes in Biloxi.

For several years Loaves and Fishes has opened its doors to South Mississippians.

Kitchen Director Deanie McClendon said she's come into contact with former CEO's of companies, and even large families who just want the simplest of things, a hot meal.

The food bank serves meals three different ways. Through Martha's Meals they deliver food to the elderly, sick and shut in. They also serve food on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Bethel Lutheran Church on Pass Road.

Though they spend everyday serving meals to the less fortunate, it takes the communities help to keep the good gesture going.

They're asking for donations to help serve the influx of people that visit their kitchen during the holidays.

With the kitchen using nearly 50 canned goods per serving their rallying for South Mississippi help to make someone's holiday a little more cheerful.

You can bring your donation to the Saints autograph signing which will be on Tuesday, December 4 from 7pm until 9pm at the Belk entrance in Edgewater Mall or you can drop them off at Loaves and Fishes which is located in Biloxi.

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