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Show Your Thankfulness & Gratitude this Thanksgiving

by Press Release
November 4, 2018

Each Thanksgiving with your generous support, we provide over 170 holiday meals --complete with turkey, gravy, stuffing, vegetables, desserts, coffee, etc., to local families in need through our Thanksgiving Baskets Project. This project creates and provides Thanksgiving Baskets for Holliston Food Pantry recipients, as well as some members of local religious organizations and children who participate in Head Start in our area. In order to accomplish this ambitious task we need your help!

Please consider making a monetary contribution by sending a check made payable to the Holliston Newcomers Club to Katrine Giroux, 147 Mohawk Path, Holliston, MA 01746.

You can also drop off any of the following non-perishable items in the dedicated boxes located at 922 Highland Street (Holliston), 147 Mohawk Path (Holliston), 42 Oak Street (Holliston), or 223 Concord Street (Holliston).

Non-perishable items needed for the Thanksgiving Baskets:

  • Canned or Jarred Gravy
  • Canned Corn
  • Canned Green Beans
  • Canned Cranberry Sauce
  • Bag or Box of Stuffing
  • Box of Brownie Mix
  • Box of cranberry or pumpkin quick bread mix
  • Can or bag of coffee 11-16 oz.
  • Box of black tea bags
  • Roasting Pan
  • Holiday Napkins

 

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