FEED A FAMILY Community Thanksgiving Food Program
Club One is participating in the FEED A FAMILY Community Thanksgiving Food Program again this year! What a great way to help families in need in our community. There are several ways you can help and contribute to this great program… Donate Thanksgiving Day food Items at Club One…our staff will be working together to feed 4 families this year
Choose a Family Tag from Club One and shop for Thanksgiving Dinner for your family in need. There are directions and suggestions on the back of each tag. If you take a tag be sure to sign your name on the tracker sheet.
Donate cash or local Grocery store gift cards that can be used to purchase the Thanksgiving Day food items
Contact Bobbie Bell: firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to volunteer to help package and organize the food items and/or make deliveries.
Thank you so much for your help and consideration in helping a family in need this year! If you have any questions please feel free to call me or email me for more information.
As published on MyEasternShoreMarland.com
QUEENSTOWN — Feed-A-Family Community Thanksgiving Food Program that is sponsored by local churches and supported by the local community has begun its preparations for another year of serving folks in the communities of Stevensville, Chester, Grasonville and Queenstown.
Many churches, businesses and organizations have agreed to display Turkey Tags representing a family that is requesting help with food for Thanksgiving.
People throughout the community are invited to choose a tag or two and follow the directions on the tag for making up a box of food for a family and bringing it to our receiving site.
Last year the Feed-A-Family team delivered boxes and frozen turkeys to over 300 families in our area and with help from Feed-A-Family Food Drives from several of our schools, scouts and smaller churches, the program supplemented larger families and helped with other outreaches over the holidays.
Volunteers are always welcomed with many ways to participate: displaying tags at your location, choosing a tag, having a food drive, being part of the work or delivery team. If you would like to help in this year’s Community Thanksgiving Food Program, call Bobbie Bell at 410-829-9834.
If you would like to receive a box of food for Thanksgiving, call 410-827-7588 or 410-827-6700 by Nov. 13. Participants can also sign up Oct. 19 at the Queen Anne’s County Christian Assistance Emergency