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Thanksgiving Food Boxes – CSP Food Drive for Jewish Family & Child Services
Every year staff and residents here at Cedar Sinai Park come together and make donations to help feed 150 families in the Portland area for Thanksgiving.
While we don’t supply all the items, we do supply the following:
150 – Cans cream of mushroom soup (10.75 oz) & 150 – Cans French Fried Onions (6 oz)
We hope you will join us in our effort to help feed local families in need this Thanksgiving! If you want to participate, please bring your donations to Cedar Sinai Park (Rose Schnitzer Manor) and place your food items in the barrel in the lobby.
Please only donate the preferred size indicated above (it helps to keep all families food boxes a similar size)**
Don’t be late! Wednesday November 18th is the final day to donate! (** soup and French Fried Onions can be a store brand such as Albertsons, Walmart, Safeway, etc.)
It is hard to believe that Thanksgiving is just a week away!
Every year staff and residents here at Cedar Sinai Park come together with donations to help feed 150 families for Thanksgiving. This year we had a great response and as a campus brought in 96 cans of cream of mushroom soup and 52 cans of French Fried Onion Rings! These items are all bagged up and ready for drop off tomorrow afternoon so Jewish Family and Child Services can put the boxes together and get them out to those 150 families.
It was a close race in terms of both sides of our campus bringing in the goods:
Robison Jewish Health Center brought in 44 cans of soup and 26 cans of fried onion rings while Rose Schnitzer Manor brought in 52 cans of soup and 26 cans of fried onion rings
Thank to everyone who donated and know that you have made Thanksgiving dinner a special time for these families who will receive these food boxes!
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!