THUNDER BAY -Business – At 11:00 a.m., Friday, October 7th, Thunder Bay Mitsubishi will be dropping off 15 turkeys at The Shelter House to help feed the more than 300 people that are expected to show up for Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday. The remaining turkeys will help feed the over 700 people per day that receive food from The Shelter House.
“The Shelter House is so thankful for the contributions of companies like Thunder Bay Mitsubishi and we thank Jeff Witiluk and his team for the help,” stated Gary Mack, Executive Director, Thunder Bay Shelter House.
This is the second year that Thunder Bay Mitsubishi has donated to The Shelter House, donating 12 turkeys last year and increasing their contribution to meet the growing demand that The Shelter House anticipates this year. Thunder Bay Mitsubishi also thanks the Safeway on Arthur Street for providing the turkeys at a discounted price once again.
“We understand that the amount of people that require food and shelter from The Shelter House this year has substantially increased over 2015 and we just want to contribute in whatever way possible to help out,” commented Jeff Witiluk, General Manager, Thunder Bay Mitsubishi.