Scenes from Project Give fundraiser for Ottawa Food Bank

Take a glimpse at CBC Ottawa's Project Give 2016, a fundraiser for the Ottawa Food Bank.

You can still donate all weekend, either online or at Bridgehead

The Ottawa Morning team kicks off the Project Give 2016 fundraiser for the Ottawa Food Bank. From left to right: news reader David Gerow, traffic reporter Doug Hempstead, and host Robyn Bresnahan. (Kate Tenenhouse/CBC)

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. 

The Joseph family musicians from OrKidstra serenade shoppers at the St. Laurent Shopping Centre. (CBC)
A local choir dropped by the St. Laurent Shopping Centre to help raise money. (Elise Desrochers/CBC)
Chirp, from Kids' CBC, took part in Project Give at St. Laurent mall. (CBC)
A girl draws at the St. Laurent mall during A Very Merry Lunch Break, which was a part of Project Give. (CBC)
Ottawa Morning host Robyn Bresnahan. (Kate Tenenhouse/CBC)
Ottawa folk singer Jill Zmud, centre, plays on Ottawa Morning. (Kate Tenenhouse/CBC)
CBC Ottawa traffic reporter Doug Hempstead. (Kate Tenenhouse/CBC)
Singer-songwriter Jeremy Fisher taking a break from performing Friday afternoon at the Ogilvie Road Loblaws. (CBC)
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)