Project HOOD to Feed 5,000 Families at Annual “Everybody Eats” Thanksgiving Food Drive Project (Chicago, IL) — HOOD is excited to announce the return of its annual “Everybody Eats” Thanksgiving food drive, a community event dedicated to ensuring that no family goes hungry this holiday season. This year, the event is set to take place on Saturday, November 18, 2023, at 10 AM, and aims to provide meals to over 5,000 families in need.
The food drive will be a day filled with community spirit, generosity, and the shared goal of making a positive impact. Project HOOD invites individuals, families, and organizations to join in this significant event, either by donating food items or by volunteering their time to help distribute meals.
Volunteer Opportunities and Community Involvement
Volunteers are the backbone of the “Everybody Eats” food drive. Those interested in volunteering can sign up here. Whether it’s sorting food items, packing boxes, or assisting in distribution, every effort counts towards making a difference in the lives of thousands.
A Message from Pastor Corey Brooks
Pastor Corey Brooks, a driving force behind Project HOOD’s initiatives, shared his thoughts on the event: “Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude and giving back. With the ‘Everybody Eats’ food drive, we’re not just sharing meals; we’re sharing hope and strengthening our community bonds. Every family deserves to celebrate Thanksgiving with a full table, and we’re committed to making that a reality. We invite everyone to join us in this mission of compassion and unity.”
Project HOOD to Feed 5,000 Families at Annual “Everybody Eats” Thanksgiving Food Drive