In appreciation for their efforts, members received gameday tickets, T-shirts and tailgated for a cause, complete with face painting, a photo booth, a wheel of (possible) fortune and – of course – more ways to help the effort.
“Union Gospel Mission and Thrivent are logical partners,” said Dan Furry, UGMTC manager of Communications & Marketing. “We’re two faith-centered organizations that have made the Twin Cities home for more than 100 years as we give back to our communities and the people in them while inspiring others to live generously.”
UGMTC hopes to distribute 60,000 Thanksgiving meals to underserved people in the community. See below for ways you can help ensure they have a meal this Thanksgiving.