Thanksgiving For All | Connecticut Food Bank

 

Thanksgiving is a time for families and friends to gather and celebrate the bounty of the season. But for many in Connecticut, the holiday is a stark reminder of their struggle with hunger.

Share The Bounty of Thanksgiving

Donate now to help share the bounty of the holiday. Help make Thanksgiving special for neighbors who might otherwise face another day without the food they need by supporting the Connecticut Food Bank. A financial donation helps us to provide food to more than 300,000 hungry people in Connecticut not just on Thanksgiving, but throughout the year.

 

 

We Love to See Visitors – Bring Food Donations to Us!

If you’re not able to visit one of the scheduled drives on our events calendar, you can bring your food donations to the Connecticut Food Bank! We will gladly accept frozen turkeys, as well as other items, between 9:00AM and 3:00PM, from Wednesday, November 14, through Friday, November 17,  and Monday and Tuesday, November 20 and 21. At our Wallingford distribution center at 2 Research Parkway. See a list of the items we need here. If you have a question or a large donation that you’d like to coordinate with us, email Cynthia Sandoval.

 

 

Support Special Events and Food Drives in Your Community

In addition, you can help to provide a special meal for people in need at Thanksgiving by donating at one of the many food and fund drives organized by our valued partners during the month of November.

Food drives and fundraisers are scheduled throughout the month of November to help raise food, funds and awareness of the importance of helping neighbors who may not be able to provide for the basic needs of their families. Check our calendar for events throughout the month:

 

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Volunteer With Us

You can also help us by volunteering in November and throughout the year, sorting food, serving as community educators, helping in the office and more. Visit our volunteer page to learn more and get involved.

The Connecticut Food Bank provides the food to local soup kitchens and shelters that prepare meals for people in need.

If you wish to volunteer serving meals on Thanksgiving, please visit our pantry locator to find a program near you and contact them directly to volunteer.