Dennis Cerullo

Dennis Cerullo, a volunteer with Last Mile Food Rescue, loads up his vehicle with donated groceries. Volunteers use their personal vehicles to pick up small scale donations and take them to food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and other non-profits across Cincinnati.

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third in a series of solutions stories addressing food waste and food rescue in Richland County and beyond. Part One can be found here. Part Two can be found here

CINCINNATI — All that Dennis Cerullo needs to fight hunger is his car keys, a smartphone and a little bit of time.

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Volunteers for Last Mile Food Rescue drop off food at a youth & family services agency.

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Volunteers from Last Mile Food Rescue drop off boxes of food at a community services center in Cincinnati.

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Volunteers take a selfie break during a food rescue operation in Cincinnati.

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