How You Can Donate A Thanksgiving Meal

How You Can Donate A Thanksgiving Meal

Donate a Thanksgiving Meal to a Family In Need in the Tri-Cities

Think of it, Thanksgiving. The anticipation that builds as the savory aromas drift from the kitchen, filling an entire home with the warmth of the holiday. The gentle hustle as the finishing touches are added lovingly to each dish. The one family member that keeps trying to sneak a taste of this and that. The pies resting on the counter loaded high with cream or wrapped in a golden crust. And the family that awaits it. Most importantly the family that awaits it!

This year there are 6200 hundred families in the Tri-Cities that need our help. Without our help, there will be no turkey, no dressing, no family anxiously gathered around those 6200 hundred tables ready to appreciate this Thanksgiving. But with us, each table can be piled high with a feast knowing that the love of their community and the grace of God has placed it there.

You can donate an entire Thanksgiving feast through WCQR’s Project Thanksgiving for just $25.00. Even better, each box will contain a bible so along with the feast, hope, love, and truth will be delivered to them through the Word of God.




We have just placed our donation. If you can, we ask you to join us in blessing all of the families in our area. They are, after all, our families.  I am confident that providing a family in need with their Thanksgiving dinner will make our own Thanksgivings even greater. If you are unable to donate a meal, they are also in need of volunteers, so you can donate your time to pack boxes or deliver meals this Friday and Saturday. Here are the details.

Visit WCQR here to make a donation.

You can also volunteer your time: To Volunteer to help pack Thanksgiving boxes call Second Harvest at 423-279-0430.

For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; -Matthew 25:35

What a lovely way to start the holiday season!

Be blessed,

Gwen




*Also, Veteran’s Day is the eleventh! We honor our soldiers by writing out letters and Christmas cards for our troops who will not be able to be home for Christmas. If you think you would like to start this family tradition check out this post to learn how.*

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