Turkeys Roll into Sulphur Springs

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Officers and volunteers passed out enough meals to feed 250 residents this holiday season.
A local business delivered a busload of donated turkeys and hams to Tampa Police officers and volunteers who handed them out to needy families in Sulphur Springs.

When: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 @ 11 AM

Where: R.I.C.H. House, 8218 N. Marks Street, Tampa


Magical Charters and Limousines and Coca-Cola are stuffing a bus with turkeys and hams that will feed needy families through the Tampa Police Department’s Resource in Community Hope (R.I.C.H.) House. District Two Officers along with volunteers will pitch in to provide all the fixings the families need for their holiday feasts. This year, the department and its community partners will provide meals to over 250 underprivileged families that live in the Sulphur Springs community.

The R.I.C.H. House is a haven of last resort for many families experiencing economic hardship in the Sulphur Springs neighborhood. Throughout the holiday season, police partner with citizens to bring those residents relief and to spread holiday cheer.

Janelle McGregor