We are SOOOO excited that it is once again time to celebrate Thanksgiving! Every year, the community of Longview, Texas, comes together to provide boxes of food to approximately families* in need. The 2017 Longview Thanksgiving Food Drive will be on Monday, November 20, 2017 from 1 – 5 p.m. at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex.
You can help us by donating food or money for the cause. You can also help by organizing food donations at your business, church, or organization. You can also volunteer during the food collection day.
Thank you to everyone for helping make 2017 a very thankful Thanksgiving for approximately 1,000 families!
*The recipient families are all pre-approved in coordination with several nonprofit organizations in town.
It’s hard to believe that it is already time again to be thinking about Thanksgiving and the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. The board has been meeting for the past several months and plans are already starting to come together to make 2016 another very successful year.
Is your businesses, church, school, or neighborhood planning to participate in the food drive? We want and need your help! Please help rally your friends and neighbors to donate food or money for this worthy cause. Our goal is to provide the supplies for a wonderful Thanksgiving meal to as many less fortunate families as we possibly can. We can’t do it without you.
We will be collecting donations for the Thanksgiving Food Drive on Monday, November 21, 2016 at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex. Distribution to pre-approved families will occur the next day.
To get involved, please click on the volunteer or donate pages to learn more.
Check us out on Facebook at Facebook.com/LongviewThanksgiving. You can join the event to let us know you are supporting us. Plus, you can watch and share this cool video to help us promote the 2015 Thanksgiving Food drive.
See you at the 2015 Thanksgiving Food Drive on Monday, November 23, 2015 from 2 – 6 p.m. at Maude Cobb Convention Center, 100 Grand Blvd.
For many years, Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods have been great partners with the Longview Thanksgiving Food Drive. They help with logistics, acquiring food at great prices, volunteering, advertising, and so much more. They even make it easy for you to donate to the Food Drive as you are checking out your groceries. Even if it isn’t your normal grocery stop, we hope you will join us in saying thanks to Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods for their commitment to helping the local community.
Fall is our favorite time of year. The weather starts cooling. The leaves start turning. And lots of people start thinking: how can we help our community during the holidays?
We want to say thank you to everyone who chooses to help through the Longview Thanksgiving Food Drive. Every year, we are able to provide food supplies to over 1,000 local families in the Longview, Texas area. We can only do this because generous people do the great things that generous people do. We are thankful that people donate food during the food drive; kids are able to donate through drives at their schools; neighbors participate in the Scouting for Food effort; patrons to Super 1 Foods can donate ready-made bags.
In short, thank you Longview! We’re thankful for your continued support for the past 31 years and we are looking forward to another really awesome November in 2015. Let’s make this great!
The 30th Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive is from 2 – 6 p.m., Monday, November 24, 2014, at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex, 100 Grand Blvd., Longview, TX.
It’s a very thankful time of year again, and we need your help to feed local needy families! The Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive last year fed more than 1,000 families, bringing the total of families helped to more than 25,000 since the drive was started in 1985. This year, we are gearing up for another great turnout. We hope that you will help us help our neighbors.
Ways you can help the Longview Thanksgiving Food Drive:
The 30th Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive is dedicated in memory of Mary Helen Bair, who was the long-time chair of the event. She was known for her community involvement throughout the Longview area. She had a passion for the Thanksgiving Food Drive, and she inspired those around her to join in the effort. Mary Helen passed away on September 3, 2014.
We are thankful for the many years of her service that she dedicated to the Longview community. We are all better for having known Mary Helen Bair.