How it works

Counties served

Clay, Fayette, Floyd, Owsley, Pike, Rockcastle, Laurel, Jackson, and Rowan

Box includes

Turkey, butter, eggs, onions, potatoes, sides, and more

Get started

Signups begin on September 1. Stay tuned for more information.
Sharing Thanksgiving distributions are held throughout the week before the Thanksgiving holiday. Our process includes processing referrals, sourcing meal products, and engaging volunteers to pack and distribute boxes to individuals and seniors.

In 2023, the Sharing Thanksgiving program served families in Clay, Fayette, Floyd, Owsley, Pike, Rockcastle, Laurel, Jackson, and Rowan counties.

Each participating family receives a turkey, butter, eggs, onions, and potatoes — everything they need for a traditional meal that feeds 6-8 people. They also receive a box of ingredients that includes other essential items to enjoy a traditional holiday meal with family and friends.
Last year, those ingredients included corn muffin mix, stuffing mix, cranberry sauce, peach slices, pear slices, fudge brownie mix, green beans, corn, sweet potatoes, and chicken gravy mix packet.

The success of Sharing Thanksgiving would not be possible without the generosity and support of our dedicated sponsors, partners, and volunteers. We are thankful for your unwavering commitment to making a meaningful impact through your active involvement in this program.



Getting our neighbors fed is our priority, but we don’t just hand out groceries.