Thanks to a full day of programming devoted to those who are less fortunate, CBC Ottawa's Project Give 2016 has raised more than $120,000 for the Ottawa Food Bank.

And we're not done yet.

If you didn't get a chance to donate Friday, you can still donate online over the weekend, or drop by any of the city's Bridgehead locations and make a donation in person.

Here are some images from a Friday full of stories, live music and charitable giving. 

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The Joseph family musicians from OrKidstra serenade shoppers at the St. Laurent Shopping Centre. (CBC)

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A local choir dropped by the St. Laurent Shopping Centre to help raise money. (Elise Desrochers/CBC)

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Chirp, from Kids' CBC, took part in Project Give at St. Laurent mall. (CBC)

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A girl draws at the St. Laurent mall during A Very Merry Lunch Break, which was a part of Project Give. (CBC)

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Ottawa Morning host Robyn Bresnahan. (Kate Tenenhouse/CBC)

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Ottawa folk singer Jill Zmud, centre, plays on Ottawa Morning. (Kate Tenenhouse/CBC)

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CBC Ottawa traffic reporter Doug Hempstead. (Kate Tenenhouse/CBC)

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Singer-songwriter Jeremy Fisher taking a break from performing Friday afternoon at the Ogilvie Road Loblaws. (CBC)

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Alan Neal, host of CBC's All In A Day, poses with Ottawa Food Bank executive director at the Ogilvie Road Loblaws — which just happened to be where they were broadcasting from Friday afternoon. (CBC)