ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — New York Governor Kathy Hochul has donated 100 turkeys to Feed Albany for their Thanksgiving meal preparation and delivery. Feed Albany is planning on delivering 1,500 meals to those in need for Thanksgiving.
“The generosity of our volunteers and partners to continue to aid in food security for members of our community is perpetually humbling,” says Francesca Pardi, Executive Director of Feed Albany. “The families we serve deal with a range of food security concerns both regularly and sporadically, and we are happy to make Thanksgiving a better holiday for anyone in need.”
Feed Albany said the Capital Region community continues to step up to support them by providing chefs cooking high-end, complete meals to food, space, delivery services, monetary and time donations.
Meals will be available for pickup on November 24 and November 25 at 203 Sheridan Avenue in Albany from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Meals are being distributed to:
- Albany Housing Authority
- Renwryck Apartments, Rensselaer
- Albany Med’s Cancer Survivorship Program
- Southend Children’s Cafe
- SUNY Albany
- St Francis Mission Loaves and Fishes
- Homeless Action Committee Outreach Van
- Free Food Fridges
- Summit Towers, Schenectady
- Townsend Apartments, Albany
- Various other community run programs.
Feed Albany is a charity which provides at-risk and in-need individuals in Albany, New York and the Capital Region with access to prepared and packaged meals. To support or get involved with Feed Albany, you can visit their website.