Jim Florek arrives at the Northwest Harvest main warehouse off West Valley Highway in Kent from the Kelso-Longview area to deliver turkeys. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Jim Florek arrives at the Northwest Harvest main warehouse off West Valley Highway in Kent from the Kelso-Longview area to deliver turkeys. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Hefty donation: Foster Farms brings tons of turkey to Northwest Harvest to help feed families in need

  • Thursday, November 7, 2019 5:07pm
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In preparation for the Thanksgiving holiday, Northwest Harvest received a delivery of 800 donated turkeys – nearly 13,000 pounds, enough to serve 16,200 meals – from Foster Farms on Tuesday.

The turkeys will be distributed in the coming weeks to Northwest Harvest partner agencies to help feed Seattle-area families this Thanksgiving.

Forklifts transported cases of turkey donations for unloading in the warehouse.

Forklifts transported cases of turkey donations for unloading in the warehouse.

Jasmine Bridges, corporate engagement officer for Northwest Harvest, and Maritza Prince, food drive-operations coordinator for NW Harvest, accept a $16,000 check from Foster Farms for the turkey donation program on Tuesday.

Jasmine Bridges, corporate engagement officer for Northwest Harvest, and Maritza Prince, food drive-operations coordinator for NW Harvest, accept a $16,000 check from Foster Farms for the turkey donation program on Tuesday.

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