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Map of the Day: KTLA's Season of Sharing Drop-Off Locations

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Although many of us are finding budgets are tighter at our homes and work, this week really kicks off a time during the year when we are more focused on giving and making life better for others. As part of that mission, KTLA is conducting an all-day food drive called the "Season of Sharing" today, when until 11 p.m. "residents can drop off non-perishable food items at the participating Los Angeles City and County Fire Departments, the Orange County Fire Authority, and the Costa Mesa Fire Departments as well as numerous Ralphs Grocery stores." To help you find the nearest drop-off location to you, they've put together this map.

"Donations will benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, and Share Our Selves." While making your drop-off you may see the KTLA news team, and when you tune in to channel 5 you may also see stories "profiling people who have benefited from the Season of Sharing program to make ends meet." If you're able to help today, please do!

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