Holiday Help

Frozen turkey donation drive coming to Glendale

Nov. 13 is the day to help this holiday season

Posted 11/8/21

Phoenix Rescue Mission’s Frozen Turkey Saturday this month aims to collect more than 1,500 turkeys.

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Holiday Help

Frozen turkey donation drive coming to Glendale

Nov. 13 is the day to help this holiday season

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Phoenix Rescue Mission’s Frozen Turkey Saturday this month aims to collect more than 1,500 turkeys.

The turkeys will be delivered directly to families in need during the Mission’s Thanksgiving Outreach Event and at the Hope for Hunger Food Bank, 5605 N. 55th Ave., Glendale. The public is encouraged to stop by the drive-thru event at the Glendale location to donate a frozen turkey from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13.

Contact Catie Hammann at 602-346-3347 or gikhelp@phxmission.org if you would like to start a non-perishable foods, turkey or gift drive.

“The holiday season can be an especially challenging time for families facing food insecurity,” Phoenix Rescue Mission CEO Ken Brissa stated in a news release. “We’re not only aiming to give community members in need warm meals and food boxes with pantry items, but also equipping them with access to addiction recovery services, vocational development, job opportunities, counseling, case management, and many other life-transforming resources.”

As the largest food bank in Glendale, Hope for Hunger serves between 100-200 families every weekday.

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