Looking for places to donate some food, money, or time this Thanksgiving? We’ve compiled a list of places in the community that are accepting donations for needy families. Stop by or contact one of these businesses and help support Valley families.
Note: CENTURY 21 Northwest is not affiliated with any of these businesses and organizations.
Phoenix Area Thanksgiving Donations
Safeway donations: St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance
Purchase a turkey and drop it off at either St. Mary’s Food Bank of any Safeway location in the state. Safeway has promised to match each donation, turkey for turkey.
Fry’s donations: Salvation Army
Starting Nov. 3, Valley shoppers can stop in Fry’s for a $10 “Gobble Give” gift card that will count toward one turkey donated through the Salvation Army. If you purchase a card before Nov. 26 and keep your receipt, you’ll receive a 10 percent discount on your groceries Nov. 29, 30, or 31.
Bashas’ and Food City donations: Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Throughout the month of November, Valley shoppers can purchase $1 paper turkey pin-ups to benefit St. Vincent De Paul at any Bashas’ and Food City location. Every $15 counts as one turkey and 100 percent of the donations will go to food banks, Chou-Thompson said.
Turkey Tuesday: the nation’s largest one-day turkey drive
12 News is partnering with St. Vincent de Paul and Bashas’ to throw Turkey Tuesday, the nation’s largest one-day turkey drive.Drop a frozen bird or a monetary donation at any Bashas’ location in metro Phoenix or Northern Arizona. Turkey Tuesday will be on November 22nd.
United Food Bank
Drop off a turkey at the food bank on Saturday, November 22 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. or Monday-Wednesday, November 24-26 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance The Eighth Annual Super Saturday Turkey Drive is happening on November 22 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Drop off your turkey donation at either St. Mary’s location in Phoenix or Surprise, or at one of 15 Albertsons around the Valley and in Flagstaff. In addition, you can donate a turkey at Safeway from November 2 through Thanksgiving, with Safeway matching each turkey donated with one of their own!
Phoenix Rescue Mission: Thanksgiving Food Box Delivery| November 19, 2016
We are excited to serve the families in our community who could use a Thanksgiving Dinner with all the Trimmings! We will need volunteer help from 9 am-1pm. We also need donations of Fill-A-Bags and Frozen Turkeys. We expect to deliver boxes to 700 families.
Volunteer Drivers greatly needed for our Food Box Delivery Event on Saturday, November 19th
We will be serving 700 families a Thanksgiving meal this year. You will have the opportunity to deliver holiday food boxes along with a frozen turkey to those not able to provide Thanksgiving dinner themselves. If you are not able to deliver boxes, but would still like to help, you can do so by providing a holiday food box for these families. This event will take place on Saturday, November 19th. If you would like to participate, please contact Volunteer Services: [email protected] or call (602) 346-3363
Volunteering at St. Vincent De Paul
We are The Society of Where There’s a Will There’s a Million Ways.
Browse some of the volunteer opportunities below or start with the volunteer application, which is designed to narrow down your options depending on your age, skills, and availability.
If you have any questions, please contact Volunteer Services at 602.261.6886.
Volunteering at Andre House
Serving between 500-700 meals, 6 nights a week, Saturday through Thursday. André House is closed on Fridays. The minimum age requirement to volunteer on our Dinner Service is 14 yrs. We ask our volunteers to be at the Hospitality Center from 3:00pm to 7:00pm. The work includes: food preparation, dish washing, food service and clean-up. All volunteer times are scheduled through our online scheduler at: www.andrehouse.volunteerhub.com