Greenhouse Distribution of Tom’s Turkey Drive

The Greenhouse Community Center at 211 N Fir Ave in Deer Park is holding a drive-through distribution on November 24th 2020 of an uncooked Thanksgiving meal. The annual Tom’s Turkey Drive event has a modified method of delivery because of the pandemic. 

Who can be a Tom’s Turkey Drive recipient?

  • Anyone can receive this, however they are asking that people have one person per household pick up the meal during distribution.

How much is in each meal? 

  • All you need to fix a Thanksgiving meal for 4 people. 

When can people pick up the Meal?

10am – 3pm

  • Families living in 99006 zip code
  • Families living in spokane county that have the 99110 zip code

3pm – 4pm

  • Families living in neighboring small communities (Elk, Riverside, Loon Lake, Clayton, etc.)

For any additional questions you can contact:

Greenhouse Food Bank

211 N Fir Ave Deer Park, WA 

(509) 276-6897

Office Hours

Mon, Wed, Fri – 9:30AM-4:30PM

Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun –  Closed

Food Bank/Clothing Bank

Mon, Wed, Fri – 1PM-3:45PM

Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun  – Closed

Photo By Jason Leung

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