SALT LAKE CITY
Free holiday meal available on Friday for Utahns in need
Dec 21, 2022, 1:00 PM | Updated: Dec 30, 2022, 11:16 am
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SALT LAKE CITY — Do you know a family in need of a Holiday meal? Direct them to Crossroads Urban Center.
This Friday, Dec. 23, Crossroads Urban Center will be handing out baskets complete with turkeys and sides for families who need a holiday meal.
Distributing at Rowland Hall school, meals will be first come first serve as there are only 650 baskets of food.
Further, drive-up and walk-up options will also be available. Volunteers will be located at 843 S. Lincoln St.
The staff, students, and families of Rowland Hall, the Utah Food Bank, the Eccles Broadcast Center at the University of Utah, the B.W. Bastian Foundation, Rocky Mountain Power and several other individuals and local religious congregations have all teamed up to provide these meals.
This continues a long tradition for the Crossroads Urban Center, which has been providing social services to Utahns for over 56 years. This is the Center’s 27th year of partnership with Rowland Hall school.
If you need emergency assistance with food or clothes, call the Crossroads Urban Center at 801-364-7765.
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