Operation Turkey, led by former NFL and University of Miami player Bryant McKinney, did his best on Thursday to provide hot meals to those in need.
McKinney’s B major foundation, along with community partners and more than 50 volunteers, packaged more than 2,000 meals on Thanksgiving Day and delivered them to community residents near the Joseph Caleb Center in Miami and those who participated in drive-through meal distribution. I did.
This is 22NS Operation Turkey has been working for the year in a row to ensure that homeless people and underprivileged people receive hot meals on Thanksgiving Day.
“Thanksgiving is the time when we all think about the blessings we have received this year. During these difficult times, so many in our community face an empty table on Thanksgiving Day. Probably, “said McKinney, who played for a season in his hometown of the Miami Dolphins in 2013 before retiring.
“But thanks to many great people, community leaders and organizations, these families who have survived these difficult days can enjoy a memorable Thanksgiving with their family and friends.”
McKinney also collaborated with the Miami-Dade Collection for a food present on Thursday.
“The Miami-Dade Correction and Rehabilitation Department is dedicated to serving our community and we are honored to partner with Operation Turkey to ensure that our neighbors have a very happy Thanksgiving Day,” said Miami. Daniel Jr., Director of Dade Correction and Rehabilitation, said.
“Operation Turkey is honored to be part of a growing community of volunteers who support the homeless and underprivileged,” said Brian Tourbat, Executive Director and Chairman of Operation Turkey. “It’s expanding every year, and this year we’re planning to serve 45,000 meals nationwide on Thanksgiving Day. To help you understand that, it’s over 50,000 pounds of turkey, 20,000 pounds of stuffing, and 25,000 pounds. It’s a pumpkin pie. “
Former NFL players Brian McKinney and Operations Turkey help feed those in need
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