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Project Big Love to help with Franklin County residents' basic needs

June 13, 2013

MONT ALTO, Pa. — A new nonprofit organization is holding a free event for Franklin County residents on Saturday, Aug. 3, at the Richard K. Sleicher Events Complex off Pa. 997.

Project Big Love, started by Shon Duty of Kaimon’s Call and Kaimon Group, is an outreach for the community to help meet residents’ most basic needs, according to a news release.

Starting at 9 a.m., guests will enjoy free health screenings, haircuts, job fairs, food, live entertainment and a prayer tent. Groceries will be given away, and children will receive a pair of shoes and a backpack filled with school supplies for the upcoming school year while supplies last. No identification is required to attend the event.

Volunteers from 30 churches, local businesses and community organizations are working to bring the event together, the release said.

Volunteers, donations and sponsors are needed to help in the outreach effort.

For more information, or to volunteer, call 877-897-6422, or go to the website at www.projectbiglove.org.

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