Free Thanksgiving Meals Available To Pittsburghers In Need

Thursday is the deadline to request a free meal

Andrew Limberg
November 21, 2019 - 11:40 am
Thanksgiving turkey

PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Do you know someone in the City of Pittsburgh that needs a meal on Thanksgiving?

Pittsburgh Police are teaming up with the Rotary Clubs of Bethel St. Clair and Northern Allegheny, and Holy Assumption of St. Mary Orthodox Church in cooking and delivering food on Thanksgiving Day.

The Get Stuffed with Love event started 16 years ago and fed 250 people.

Now, over 3,800 people who are homeless, disabled, shut-in and in need are provided meals.

The deadline to request a meal is Thursday.

If you or someone you know needs a meal on Thanksgiving in the city, call your police zone’s officer.

  • Zone1: Officer Sylvester Wright or Officer Darrick Payton – 412-322-7201
  • Zone 2: Officer Eldridge Kimbrough – 412-225-0782
  • Zone 3: Officer Christine Luffey – 412-488-8425
  • Zone 4: Officer Victoria Butch – 412-422-6559
  • Zone 5: Officer Michael Gay – 412-665-3770
  • Zone 6: Officer Kenneth Stevwing – 412-937-3051

Find more information on how to find what zone you live in here.

If you don’t need a meal but would like to donate you can send a check payable to “The Rotary Club of Bethel St. Clair” mailed to:

SSB Bank, Attention: Heather Dieckmann
8700 Perry Highway
Pittsburgh PA 15237

Please put “Thanksgiving” in the memo.


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