Representative Salzman in partnership with Farm Share and other community partners is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food distribution on Saturday, November 12, 2022, starting at 8 a.m. while supplies last (minimum of 300 families) at the Gonzalez United Methodist Church in Cantonment.
“Feeding the community has been one of our office’s top priorities. The north end of our county has many unique challenges, one being the lack of access to community-based resources. Providing a Thanksgiving meal to our families will be a much-needed blessing this holiday season,” Representative Salzman stated.
The food distribution will include fresh food from Farm Share, a donated whole chicken from The Butcher Shoppe, and the traditional holiday sides such as cranberry sauce, corn, stuffing, green beans and more. All of these food items and the organization of this distribution are made possible by our community partners: Commissioner Steven Barry, FPL, International Paper, Tyler Kercher with State Farm, Aaron Erskine, A Foundation for Hope and several other partners.
This Thanksgiving food distribution site will be Drive-Thru with a designated space for Walk-Up. Cars may line up no earlier than 7:30 a.m. Those interested in volunteering may contact the volunteer coordinator.
WHO: Rep. Salzman and Community Partners
WHAT: Thanksgiving Food Distribution
WHEN: November 12, 2022, 8AM until food runs out
WHERE: 2026 Pauline St, Cantonment, FL 32533
VOLUNTEER AND MEDIA COORDINATOR: