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Sacramento Thanksgiving Food Baskets | Community Giving

Sacramento Thanksgiving Gift Baskets.jpgThe spirit of Thanksgiving is all about showing gratitude for your good fortune and giving to those who are less fortunate. Express your thanks this holiday season by involving the whole family in volunteering, donating, and spreading kindness. There is something very special when we are able to help support a family in need. There are many different community groups in Sacramento area that need our help. Bring a turkey or ham to help feed a whole family, canned foods, or even volunteer time at a food kitchen. Anything can help, and if we all work together we can help spread love and joy to our community.

What are the Best Restaurants for Thanksgiving in Sacramento? | Top 10

Thanksgiving in Sacramento Top Restaurants.jpgMaybe the turkey's too dry, the dog jumped on the table and seized it for his own use, or your cousin Eddy blew up the oven. Avoid kitchen-related stress this Northern California Thanksgiving by taking the family out! Whether it's a classic turkey feast or hearty buffet, Sacramento's chefs have Turkey Day covered. So get your reservations in now and enjoy the holiday.

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