Thanksgiving in Dayton: "A Feast of Giving" a dinner, a celebration, a community event, that can only happen because of volunteers like you. Thank you!
Thank you to all that registered to volunteer this year. We are in the process of contacting volunteers to confirm your registration. Please be patient. We are only accepting 500 volunteers this year, so we apologize to those that didn't get in this year. Please try again for next Thanksgiving!
Donation information is located on this page. You can also contact the House of Bread to see how you can help them serve daily meals throughout the year.
• Thursday, November 26, 2015
• The Dayton Convention Center
• 11am - 2pm
• No tickets required
This year there will be Free RTA and Project Mobility Transportation from 9am until 4pm. Call 937-425-8300 for RTA information. There will also be free parking in the convention center garage.
Thanksgiving in Dayton: "A Feast of Giving" is an event that reaches out to bring the entire community together.
It is a dinner, a celebration, a community event based on the following principles:
• To provide a dinner for anyone that might be spending the holiday alone.
• To provide a dinner for those that are homeless or less fortunate.
• To provide a dinner for anyone who wants to attend.
To donate by credit card, please click on this link:
Note: you will be redirected to the Dayton Foundation website to make your donation.
Make checks payable to:
The Feast of Giving Fund
c/o The Dayton Foundation
The Dayton Foundation
40 N. Main Street, Suite 500
Dayton, OH 45423
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