Habitat for Humanity helps distribute Thanksgiving meals in Dover

Delaware State News
Posted 11/28/22

Staff from Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity and 150 individuals from other organizations gathered Nov. 21 at Solid Rock Baptist Church to participate in the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Dover and Vicinity’s Thanksgiving turkey giveaway.

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Habitat for Humanity helps distribute Thanksgiving meals in Dover

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DOVER — Staff from Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity and 150 individuals from other organizations gathered Nov. 21 at Solid Rock Baptist Church to participate in the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Dover and Vicinity’s Thanksgiving turkey giveaway.

Habitat donated over 100 turkeys and helped distribute them to families in downtown Dover, along with grapes, dates, green beans and other resources.

Participation in this outreach allows CDHFH to uphold its mission, which to give a hand-up to neighbors in Kent County.

The agency also partnered with the Dover Police Department to participate in Operation Gobble on Nov. 22. Thanksgiving meals were distributed door-to-door throughout the city.

For information about Habitat, contact Vincent Pacheco, public relations manager, at 302-526-2366, ext. 112, or vpacheco@centraldelawarehabitat.org.

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