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Thanksgiving at Christmas

Thanksgiving At Christmas...Feed A FamilyTFT Christmas Pack Day Packing

The 3rd Annual Mountaire Thanksgiving at Christmas program held on Tuesday, December 17th, produced over 1,200 meal boxes. Those boxes were distributed to area food pantries across Delmarva. This year, Mountaire donated the boxes to food bank and food pantries who receive monthly chicken contributions from Mountaire.

Each box contained a Mountaire Chicken Roaster, cans of corn, green beans, yams, cranberry sauce, gravy, a box of stuffing mix, and a box of brownie mix. The goal of our program is to help provide a nutritious meal to needy families on Delmarva this Christmas season.

On the morning of December 17th volunteers from the American Legion and local community worked inside the Mountaire Warehouse in Selbyville, DE. All boxes were filled in about 90 minutes and ready for pick-up. 

If you would like to help us continue to grow our "Thanksgiving" programs which include Thanksgiving for Thousands, Thanksgiving at Christmas and Thanksgiving at Easter please contact us or you can donate to our Thanksgiving for Thousands account and help us feed more families...

"Feed-A-Family" campaign:  Thanks to Mountaire's partnership with the Delaware Community Foundation you can donate $10 or more to the Mountaire Thanksgiving for Thousands Fund and help us feed another family in need this holiday season.  Each $10 donation creates another meal box from the program.  To donate via credit card or check please click on the link

Your donation is not a purchase of a meal box for personal use, all donated monies go to purchase food to create additional meal boxes for those registered to receive help through the program.