There's a 'turkey crisis' in Broome, ...

There's a 'turkey crisis' in Broome, says Catholic Charities

There are 1 comment on the Press & Sun-Bulletin story from Nov 15, 2012, titled There's a 'turkey crisis' in Broome, says Catholic Charities. In it, Press & Sun-Bulletin reports that:

Six hundred turkeys. That's how many Catholic Charities of Broome County needs by end of day tomorrow, in order to fulfill the wish lists of all 2,200 families who need one for their Thanksgiving table.

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Jerry Garcia

Johnson City, NY

#1 Nov 17, 2012
I have a slight problem with Catholic Charities. They collect turkeys from citizens but take all the credit when passing them out to the needy people thus making themselves look like the ones that bought and paid for them. Give a little credit where it is due. Wegmans is another agency that does this. They post these big checks on their walls made out to other charities. The checks state that it is Wegmans that is making this donation when in fact it is their customers who pay into this at the checkout.

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