Thousands of frozen turkeys on a big-rig that overturned on a highway off-ramp in San Ramon early this morning will be donated to the Alameda County Food Bank.
Although Wednesday’s official Turkey Tally is showing progress at 6,402 collected turkeys, officials at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties admit they are far from their goal of receiving 12,000 turkeys in just over a week.
Parents in a quiet East Bay town are on alert after the town has been taken over by a gang of roaming wild turkeys.
Some turkeys in Marin County don’t have to be worried about their fate on Thanksgiving Day, but area residents would be thankful if the turkeys weren’t causing so much trouble.
One anonymous person donated $3,000 worth of turkeys to help Sacred Heart Community Service feed needy families.
St. Anthony’s Curbside Holiday Donation Drive is in full swing in San Francisco, as the charity is seeing an even greater need this year than ever before.