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COMMUNITY SERVICES PROVIDED MORE THAN 350 THANKSGIVING BASKETS TO FAMILIES IN NEED

Post Date:November 27, 2019 2:17 PM

With the support of community partners, the Department of Community Services gave out more than 350 Thanksgiving baskets and turkeys to elderly and low-income families across St. Charles Parish.

“Each year we are able to bless more and more families in need and it is because our community is selfless when it comes to helping others,” said Joan Diaz Director of Community Services. “I can’t thank our community partners enough for all of their support to make this happen.”

As part of the Thanksgiving Basket Program, the department provides baskets of goods to residents in need for the holidays each November. Each basket contains a turkey and other dishes that one would find at a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

Below is the list of sponsors:

  • Campo Designs
  • Joel Chaisson
  • Destrehan Animal Hospital
  • Bees are my Business
  • Cambell Industries
  • The American Legion
  • First National Bank
  • Admiral Testing Services
  • Carol Orgeron
  • Bunge
  • Herman Weston
  • Holy Family
  • Brian Champagne
  • Council Secretaries
  • Jesse Duplantis Ministries
  • Churchill Downs
  • Crossfit
  • Valero
  • Zachery Group
  • Waterford 1&2
  • Allfax
  • Anytime Fitness St. Rose

Below is the list of the volunteers:

  • Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
  • Community Volunteers
  • Ameriprise Employee Volunteers

For information on getting involved with the Thanksgiving Basket Program or any other program in the Department of Community Services call (985) 764-7944 or visit www.stcharlesparish-la.gov/communityservices.

The mission of St. Charles Parish government is to provide high quality, efficient services to sustain and enhance the quality of life for all residents of St. Charles Parish.

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