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Second Harvest still offering 1,000 meals a day for free after Matthew

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SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

If you are still without power or food, you can head to the Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia in Savannah for a hot meal.

The food bank is teaming up with Chatham Emergency Management Agency, along with the USDA and Georgia state officials to serve 1,000 hot meals a day for free after Hurricane Matthew.

If you or your family member needs a meal, you can stop by the food bank on President Street in Savannah through Wednesday after noon.

"We've had a lot of people come out, get the word out to people to let them know that we're down here and giving out whatever people need. We always want to help the community any way we can,” said Food and Beverage Director Sarah Miaer.

This program runs through Wednesday but the food bank is always there for people who are in need.

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