The Berkshire Food Project, Hunting Down Turkeys For Thanksgiving (Video)
Berkshire Food Project which is a wonderful organization all year round, is now Accepting Turkey Donations.
Thanksgiving will be here before you know it and the Berkshire Food Project is in need of turkeys. A lot of them.
The food project has provided a Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings to anyone who wants one for years. Last year, it cooked up 24 turkeys to feed around 250 people.
The Project is hoping to feed 300 this year, 50 more than last year.
So with this increase, there is a need for more turkeys.
The Berkshire Food Project has a couple of ways you can help.
You can donate money or some employees are given turkeys at work, you can donate those, too, whatever works for people. You can also volunteer your help and time if you would like.
The project usually cooks an average of 24 turkeys of various sizes — along with 50 pounds or so of potatoes and turnips each, plus vegetables, stuffing and pies.
To Donate, more info or to help out call 664-7378 or e-mail Kim@berkshirefoodproject.org or stop in the kitchen (door on Summer Street between Ashland & Church) any weekday between 9 and 2.