The Veterans Leadership Program and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank came together to give back to local veterans and military families.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — One by one on Monday, cars lined up in the Strip District to receive free food.

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The Veterans Leadership Program and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank came together to give back to local veterans and military families.

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They hosted a distribution event along Stallman Street on Monday.

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Volunteers gave away boxes of food including fresh produce, fish, and pantry items.