For 34 years Nor Enterprises and Our Youth Inc. has provided food to thousands of seniors and families in our community who might otherwise have gone hungry on Thanksgiving Day. In the past 10 years alone we have fed in excess of 75,000 people.Nor Enterprises Annual Turkey Give Away is once again going "state wide" to provide turkeys to families from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware in Seaford, Milford, Georgetown, Dover, Smyrna, Greater Newark and to 13 City of Wilmington Senior Assisted Buildings. Last year we gave away 3000 turkeys and fed over 30,000 people but that only scratched the surface of those who are hungry in our state and feeling the pain of poverty and misfortune. Without caring people like you it is not possible for this annual tradition to continue.
2. Deliver your turkeys to Nor Enterprises on Monday, November 21st by sPM or any one of the designated Boys & Girls Clubs the day of the event.
3. Or by Pressing the Donate Button
Will begin on Tuesday, November 22nd at 8AM at the Herilhy Apartments in Wilmington. All monetary donations must be received by Monday, November 14th_
For more information about the 2016 Thanksgiving Turkey Give Away sponsored by
Nor Enterprises and Our Youth Inc. please contact Norman Oliver at email@example.com or Michele Fidance at m.fidance@ jeffersonawards.org .
34th Annual Turkey Give Away Talking Points
Take the Turkey Challenge & Help Fight Hunger Across Delaware
Mr. Norman Oliver, CEO, NOR Enterprises & Our Youth Inc.
According to “The Feed America Website”
• 1 in 8 people in Delaware struggle with hunger.
As noted by Delaware-Online December 20, 2014 article “Hunger Persists in Delaware”
• Hunger is still a growing issue in Delaware and the demand for emergency food went up 39% 2013 to 2014.
• In 2012 Delaware was ranked 13th in “food hardship” in comparison to 50 states
The U.S. Department of Agriculture—
• Data from 2014—150,000 Delawareans were enrolled in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP.
• No other Mid-Atlantic state has a higher share of its population on SNAP than Delaware.
• Delaware’s SNAP average is 16.7% compared to nationwide average of 15%.