Binghamton High School to Offer Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner
On Thanksgiving day, Thursday, November 28, over 200 students and staff of Binghamton High School will give up a large piece of their Thanksgiving to give back to our community through the Binghamton High School Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner.
The Binghamton High School Community Dinner was started 24-years-ago by Volunteers of America and when they weren't able to continue, the Binghamton High School Honor Society took over and has fed thousands upon thousands of community members in the years since.
The annual Binghamton High School Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner is a full-course Thanksgiving meal that is served free of charge to people who live in and around the Binghamton community regardless of their social or economic status. In other words, all are welcome to
The dinner, which feeds thousands each year, is made possible thanks to the generosity of the Greater Binghamton community, as well as through funds that are raised by the Binghamton High School National Honor Society.
Dinner will be served on Thanksgiving day, Thursday, November 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the cafeteria of Binghamton High School which is located on Main Street in Binghamton. Anyone and everyone is welcome to share a meal at no cost.