Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission to distribute hundreds of Thanksgiving meals

Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission to distribute hundreds of Thanksgiving meals

SEATTLE — Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission still plans to serve Thanksgiving meals next year, but it will be different this year due to the pandemic.

The mission said from Monday through Wednesday they will serve meals to the streets and plan to distribute hundreds of Thanksgiving-themed boxed lunches to Seattle’s homeless.

Meals will also be served to residents staying at the downtown Pioneer Men’s Shelter, Hope Place Women and Children’s Shelter and Riverton Place Men’s Recovery Program facility on Thursday.

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The meals will have turkey, stuffing, potatoes, rolls and dessert, and hygiene kits will be distributed with the meals.