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Oceanside Thanksgiving meal: Served free to low-income individuals and senior citizens 12 to 3 p.m. Nov. 21 at the Oceanside Country Club Senior Center, 455 Country Club Lane, Oceanside. Reservations not necessary. Sponsored by New Venture Christian Church and the Senior Center. (760) 435-5250 or www.ci.oceanside.ca.us.
Thanksgiving for Seniors: Dinner for seniors over age 60 from 11:15 a.m. to noon Nov. 23 at the Country Club Senior Center, 455 Country Club Lane, Oceanside. Suggested donation: $3. Reservations not necessary.(760) 435-5250 or www.ci.oceanside.ca.us.
Turkey Trot Buffet: The Gloria E. McClellan Senior Center hosts a traditional Thanksgiving buffet for local seniors 12 to 1:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at the center, 1400 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista. Leona Puckett and Nadine Kaina will entertain. (760) 639-6160.
Salvation Army: Thanksgiving dinner will be served 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 25 at the Salvation Army, 3935 Lake Blvd., Oceanside. The meal is free to all seniors and non-seniors; reservations are not necessary. (760) 435-5250 or www.ci.oceanside.ca.us.
Escondido Community Center: The Salvation Army in Escondido will serve a free Thanksgiving meal 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 25 at its community center, 1301 Las Villas Way, Escondido. The center needs donations of food and is looking for volunteers to serve dinner and assemble Christmas baskets. Supplies and non-perishable foods may be dropped off at the center on Las Villas Way. For donations of turkeys and other perishable foods, call (760) 745-8616.
Oceanside Turkey Trot: A 5-mile run starting 7 a.m. Nov, 25 with an open 5K at 8:15 a.m.; Local’s 5K at 9:25 a.m.; Kid’s 1 mile for ages 9-12 at 10:40 a.m.; Kid’s 1 mile for ages 7-8 at 10:55 a.m. and Kid’s Quarter Mile for ages 6 and under at 11:10 a.m. in downtown Oceanside starting at the Civic Center and finishing at the Pier. The annual run sponsored by Kinane Event. (760) 435-5255 or http://osideturkeytrot.com.
Ed Brown Center’s Thanksgiving Grocery Giveaway: To enter for a $1,000 gift card for groceries, stop by 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and fill out a form at the Ed Brown Center, 18402 West Bernardo Drive. The winner will be announced after the San Diego Community Foundation’s Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon Nov. 23 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn. The winner does not have to be present. (858) 487-9324, or www.edbrowncenter.org.
Harvest Food Drive: Printing Industries Association of San Diego hosts its annual food drive through Nov. 23. Donations of canned food can be dropped off 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays at Precision Litho, 1185 Joshua Way, Vista. Monetary donations can be made to the San Diego Food Bank. (858) 571-6555 or www.piasd.org.
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Bend's Community Center will host free meals to the community on Thanksgiving Day. A hot breakfast will be offered from 8:30am - 11:30am and will include: pancakes, syrup, biscuits, gravy, scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausages and an assortment of fresh fruits, beverages, cold cereals, and pastries.
A traditional holiday dinner will be offered from noon - 4pm and will consist of: full salad bar, rolls, butter, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, gravy, hot vegetables, roasted turkey, baked ham, cranberry sauce, fresh fruit salad, beverages and desserts.
Attendance for the Thanksgiving day meals is expected to be approximately 500-600 people throughout the day, and there are no restrictions or qualifications, all are welcome at no charge.
Bend's Community Center is a 501 C3 nonprofit organization with a mission to help homeless and low-income people achieve a higher standard of living by providing basic services to fulfill basic needs. This mission is achieved by providing 1,200 meals each week plus meals on all holidays, winter outdoor survival gear, free clothing and other basic necessities, job training, a diaper bank, a bike repair shop, and Becca's Closet which offers free formal wear to low-income teens.
Hunger Prevention Coalition is one sponsor for this event, but more volunteers and donations are still needed. For more information call 541-312-2069. Donations may be dropped off or mailed to BCC Holiday Meals, 1036 NE 5th St., Bend Or 97701.
Caring Center – 1250 Ransdell, Lebanon, IN 46052. 765-482-2020.
Walk in November 23 and 24 from 9am-2pm (with proper documentation).
Provides a food basket to low income Boone County residents to prepare a Thanksgiving meal at home.
Must have a current picture ID and proof of current address and proof of income.
If client works; may make an appointment for after hours.
Holiday assistance in the area including food and gift baskets and meals.
Call to receive services OR to donate to help others.
- 211 Dial 211 for information on food baskets and meals.
- See Food Banks
- The Christian Services Church Network Resource provides baskets to low-income families. 517.394.5411
- Society Of Saint Vincent Depaul Saint Gerard Thanksgiving dinner November 25th 12:30 pm for those living in the parish boundaries. 4437 W. Willow Highway Lansing 517.323.2379
- Compassionate Feast Thanksgiving meal on Thanksgiving Day for local families in need. Contact Chad at the Old Town Commerical Association 517.485.4283
- Cristo Rey Community Center Thanksgiving meal, November 25th 12:00-1:00 pm. 1717 N. High St. Lansing 517.372.4700
- City Rescue Mission Thanksgiving meal, November 25th. 11:00 am and 6:00 pm. 613 East Michigan Avenue Lansing 517.485.0145
- Charter Township Of Meridian Thanksgiving baskets to low income Meridian Township residents. 517.853.4200
- Stockbridge Community Outreach Thanksgiving assistance to low income residents of the Stockbridge school district. 517.851.7285
- Thanksgiving Meal Heritage Elementary School Thursday, Nov. 25 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 517.851.8600
- 211 Dial 211 for information on food baskets and meals.
- Capital Area Community Services Rural Ingham Service Center Food and gifts for Christmas. Low income residents of Ingham county except for Lansing and East Lansing. 517.676.1065
- Capital Area Salvation Army Christmas assistance to low income residents in the tri-county area. 517. 853.0427
- Volunteers Of America Michigan Christmas assistance to low income residents in the tri-county area. Holiday meals delivered to senior citizens and people with disabilities who are homebound or alone on Christmas. 517.484.4414
- Toys for Tots
- Charter Township Of Meridian Christmas baskets and toys to low income Meridian Township residents. 517.853.4200
- Stockbridge Community Outreach Christmas baskets and toys to low income residents of the Stockbridge school district. 517.851.7285
- Williamston Food Bank Provides Christmas food baskets and toys for low income residents of the Williamston School District. 517.655.3562
I am a single parent looking for help. I have strong faith in the Lord and have been trying to wear a smile on my face knowing that GOD will pull me through...however I do have to admit that as the days inch closer to Thanksgiving I cannot help but to feel overwhelmed at the fact that there will not be a different dinner other than Pasta or something that I can afford nor will there be presents for my two wonderful children at Xmas. I am reaching out to you in efforts to ask for the help that I so badly need. I will tell you a little more about myself as I don't want you to think that I am trying to take advantage of your generosity. As I mentioned I am the mother of a 3 year old boy and 11 year old girl. They are genuinely good kids who have not given me any problems. About a year and a half ago my husband walked out on our family, as you could imagine the pain and suffering of that alone has created a great sadness in our household. I recently found out that he had gotten another woman pregnant and they just gave birth about to a baby girl..this has been especially hard for my daughter. Nevertheless, I have filed for the divorce in attempt to get any type of financial support for the children and all of the debt that my husband left behind. Our home is going into foreclosure and for the first time in my life I can truly say that there is never really enough to eat. I am truly humbled by this experience and never in my life could imagine being hungry. I am intelligent, employed and love being with children. I have asked for help from some agencies but I have not qualified because I am employed. My life is slowly falling apart and I trust that with help I can get back on my feet. I stand in faith and know that one day God will see us through. If you can help I would be greatly appreciative! Also if you have information on resources! Thank You!
Hello my Name is Angela. I am a mother of 4 whom loves my girls. As i was browsing websits to inquire about assistance for the upcoming holidays, i noticed Aidpage. Right now I am currently receiving public assistance. I am looking in hopes to give my children a healthly and joyful holiday. I am also on social security disablity for clinical depression. I have been suffering from it almost all my life. As i type i am starting to feel like insisting i am not a lazy and unproductive person. I cook clean and pay my utilities, which then leaves me barely nothing to even think about the holidays. It has been this way for years. I just wish this year could be different. My girls are getting older and see the comercials for the holidays and i'm sure they get tired of me telling them i dont have it....So i got a whim to go online and look up some help agencies in hopes i don;t have to give them that same line " i don;t have it" .....Thanks for reading...And 2 you and YOurs "Happy Holidays" Miss Angel ,,,email@example.com