State Police Association of Massachusetts Organizes Thanksgiving Dinner Giveaway for Vulnerable Families
Works With Neighborhood Network Center And MSP For Second Annual Event
For the second year in a row, the State Police Association of Massachusetts is providing full turkey dinners to families in Boston for Thanksgiving. Working in conjunction with the Neighborhood Network Center, Inc. of Boston and the Massachusetts State Police, volunteers will be distributing the meals to 150 eligible families in the Grove Hall section of Boston. In addition to turkeys, the 25 lb. boxes contain fruits, vegetables, and other staples.
In accordance with strict COVID-19 protocols, all boxes will be pre-packaged and pickup appointments will be staggered with drivers remaining in their cars. Volunteers will be screened for signs of illness and be masked throughout the process.
On Monday November 23rd, the State Police Association of Massachusetts and MA State Police in partnership with the Neighborhood Network Center, Inc. will distribute turkeys with a 25lb box of fruits, vegetables, and other staples to 150 families living in the Grove Hall Corridor of Boston. This is the second year the troopers have co-sponsored this event. Trooper Dale Jenkins has secured the turkeys. Cathy Draine has purchased the additional food items and the bags for the turkeys. Trooper Christopher Donahue and Cathy Draine have discussed the logistical details to ensure health and safety protocols are in place for the event.