The The Kardashian-Jenner family made a huge difference at a nonprofit in Pasadena, California, after hearing about the shelter’s need for food donations on the news.
When Union Station Homeless Services revealed earlier this month that it was facing a severe shortage of frozen turkey donations, having collected only seven out of the 450 turkeys for its annual Thanksgiving “Dinner in the Garden” program, the celebrity family stepped in.
The Kardashian-Jenners also contributed 50 gallons of milk, 50 pounds of butter, 450 pies, and 150 pounds of fruit and herbs to the foundation.
Prior to the donation, David Sensent, senior director of in-kind donations, said he had “never seen such a great need” in his 20 years at Union Station.
“Many long-time donors are not committed to supplying turkeys this year,” he said. “We need the community to be generous and help us provide a holiday meal to those who need it most.”
Union Station publicly expressed its gratitude to family Kris Jenner, daughters Kourtney, Kim, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall, Kylie Jenner, and son Rob Kardashian for “helping make this Thanksgiving special for the many neighbors who otherwise wouldn’t be able to enjoy the holiday meal this year.” “.