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OC Rescue Mission Food Shortage

As the holidays quickly approach, the OC Rescue Mission is preparing to host its 52nd annual Thanksgiving dinner, which will feed more than 660 homeless families and individuals in the region. Today, the organization has announced an urgent need for food donations from the local community.

The Rescue Mission is currently in need of:

· 106 whole turkeys

· 48 whole hams

· 160 pounds of ground pork

· 200 pounds of potatoes

· 360 boxes of stuffing

· 80 pounds of cranberries

· 120 cans of corn

· 120 bags of green beans

· 100 bags of carrots

· 30 pounds of mushrooms

· 650 onions

· 90 containers of butter

· 24 pounds of garlic

· 100 boxes of breadcrumbs

· 75 pounds of bacon

Anyone wishing to donate any of the items listed above may drop off donations at the Orange County Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope, located at 1 Hope Drive in Tustin, California. The donation warehouse is open between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

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