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Prepare Thanksgiving Turkeys for Distribution

Prepare Thanksgiving Turkeys for Distribution

Support Cancer Research

Date: November 26 | Time: 6:30 am - 10:30 am

Venue: Temple Beth Shalom

Address:
5089 Johnstown Road
New Albany, OH 43054

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Details:

Fry Out Cancer is a Thanksgiving initiative honoring, recognizing, and supporting the amazing team of healthcare professionals at The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. Free turkeys are also distributed to local food pantries and shelters to provide their clients with a Thanksgiving meal. Since 2014, Fry Out Cancer has raised more than $83,000 for cancer-related charities.

 

Join Besa and Fry Out Cancer to support cancer research this Thanksgiving. As a volunteer, you'll assist with preparing turkeys for distribution. Tasks may include wrapping and labeling cooked turkeys, assisting with pick up, and loading wrapped turkeys into vehicles.

 

Volunteers will be required to provide their own masks for this event. Limited interaction will take place during this volunteer event. If you have your own gloves, face mask and/or hand sanitizer please feel free to bring it/use your own. 

 

The health and safety of volunteers is a priority. If you are sick, over the age of 60, or have a chronic health condition, it is in your best interest to stay home. Click here for more information about COVID-19.

 

  • 14 is the minimum age required and all minors must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Please note: This project takes place both indoors and outdoors, rain or shine. 
  • Dress for the weather - we encourage wearing layers and comfortable clothing.
  • Closed-toe shoes are required.
  • Moderate to heavy lifting will be involved.
  • Parking is available in the surface lot at the venue.
  • Unfortunately, this event is not ADA accessible. 
  • Court-appointed volunteering: At this time, we can not accept court-appointed requests.

 

Click here for more information about Fry Out Cancer and the amazing work they do.