3:18pm November 20, 2012

Redskins and Harris Teeter to Feed 3,500 Families for Thanksgiving

Robert Griffin III

By the Washington Informer

The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation, along with several Redskins legends, will join the Hogettes, Santa Claus and more than 200 volunteers to distribute 3,500 turkeys and Thanksgiving baskets to Prince George’s County residents in need.

The giveaway, for which residents were required to register online, takes place from 12 noon until 5 p.m., today, Nov. 20 at FedEx Field during the 10th annual Redskins-Harris Teeter “Harvest Feast.”

Since 2003, the Redskins have gifted more than 818,600 pounds of packaged and fresh food and 285,500 pounds of turkey to area families in need.

For more information, please call 301-909-7153.

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