Thanksgiving Eve Dinner

Thank You for Making the 2018 Albright Thanksgiving Eve Dinner One of Our Largest!

The 2018 Albright Thanksgiving Eve dinner was a huge success! We had over 100 volunteers who helped with cooking and clean up. This year we served over 250 meals on-site and an additional 100 meals were sent to a local shelter for distribution!

The 2018 Thanksgiving Dinner was featured in a video on the Post-Gazette website!

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More photos from the evening…

Thank You!

This is a 100% volunteer-run event…and thanks to all, throughout our greater Pittsburgh community for prepping and cooking the food, serving the hot meals, setting up tables, and clean up.

A special thanks to:

All of the Volunteers & Donors!

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

Thank you for your financial sponsorship of the dinner.

First United Methodist Church

Thank you for the use of your facility and all of your wonderful volunteers.

East End Cooperative Ministry

Thank you for your time and the use of your facility.

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

Thank you for distributing additional meals from the dinner to Pittsburgh neighbors.

New Sun Rising

For your continued support of Friends of Albright and this annual event.

 

Thanksgiving Eve Dinner

Albright Thanksgiving Dinner – Now A Zero Waste Event

PRC-Zero-wasteWe are excited to announce that we will be working with the Pennsylvania Resource Council (PRC) to make the 2015 Albright Thanksgiving Dinner a Zero-Waste event. We will be recycling and composting almost all of the waste produced from both the cooking and the Thanksgiving Eve dinner. (We were not able to get compostable utensils for this years dinner).

Friends of Albright is committed to sustainability and we are happy to have the support of the PRC and many volunteers to make this possible.

What is Zero Waste? From the PRC website:

Zero Waste is a philosophy that aims to turn the “waste” from every process into resources for another process. In other words, outputs (waste) become inputs (resources) and nothing is wasted. This requires the designing and managing of products and processes to minimize and ultimately eliminate the volume and toxicity of waste and materials, this allows for the conservation and recovery all resources. Zero Waste represents an economic alternative to current waste systems, where new resources are continually required to replenish wasted raw materials.

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Photo credit: PA Resources Council

If you are coming to attend the dinner or volunteer we will have detailed instructions on how to sort any waste so that it can be recycled or composted properly.

Learn more about the PA Resource Council and Zero Waste events here.