2016 Thanksgiving Food Drive

Lift Up Atlanta’s goal in 2016 is to feed 300 families in need this Thanksgiving.
We need YOUR help to make this happen. Your church, business, school or organization can host a Thanksgiving food drive and donate the much needed food items for our Thanksgiving food baskets.
The requested food items include boxes of mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, stuffing, cake mix / pie filling, canned vegetables, fruits, cranberry sauce, gravy, chicken broth, fresh fruits, onions, potatoes, cake frosting, soda / juice.
Donations of $15-20 gift cards needed for turkey / ham along with disposable turkey pan and cooking bags.
You can either drop them items off at Scotty’s Thrifty Storage, 3120 Medlock Bridge Rd, Suite 100, Building K (in the rear of the business park), Norcross, GA
Or our meetup event on November 12 from 10am to 2pm where we will sort and put together the food baskets. Volunteers are welcome.
Meetup location: Hillcrest Church of Christ, 1939 Snapfinger Rd, Decatur, GA
You can also sign up on the following link http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0f4caeab2fa64-20161
If you have questions regarding donations, please email us at liftupatlanta@yahoo.com or call 678-245-4622

 

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