for Parker Task Force Clients
everyone who sponsored a family the 2016 Thanksgiving season.
The Parker Task Force will provide Thanksgiving dinner to many families in need in our community.
To help you can either donate a food basket or money.
1. Food Baskets – Compile complete Thanksgiving dinners that families can prepare at home, packaged in baskets/tubs/boxes for a family of 4-6 people. Deliver to the Parker Task Force building at 19105 Longs Way between 9:00 a.m. and noon the week prior to Thanksgiving on the days of food bank operations: Tuesday November 14, Wednesday November 15, Friday November 17, Saturday November 18 or Sunday, November 19. The meals will be distributed that week as clients shop at the food bank and also on Sunday afternoon November 19.
What to provide for a complete Thanksgiving dinner:
Frozen turkey Aluminum
turkey pan Canned Green Beans
2. Monetary or Gift Card Donations – We appreciate holiday donations in any amount, but we ask you to consider that a Thanksgiving dinner basket donation is valued at approximately $50.00. Checks may be made payable to the Parker Task Force (memo: Thanksgiving) and mailed to the Parker Task Force, at 19105 Longs Way. Parker, CO 80134. You may also make a contribution using a credit card on PayPal through this Parker Task Force website on the Donations page. Please use the PayPal button under "Thanksgiving Program".
Any excess funds will be used to provide limited financial assistance to clients, for example, the Task Force may help pay utilities to prevent shut-off or purchase a needed prescription.
The Task Force can also use gift cards to local grocery stores. These are used to purchase perishable food for the food bank, for example, milk, eggs, cheese, meat, and produce.
Please contact the Task Force Office at email@example.com or leave a message at 303-841-3460 with any questions or to sponsor families for this project.
Thank you so much for bringing food and comfort to families this Thanksgiving season.
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