Neighbors invited by Feeding America West Michigan to a holiday food distribution at the food bank

CEO Ken Estelle at Feeding America West Michigan's Thanksgiving Distribution 2022 holding up a turkey

COMSTOCK PARK, Mich., Nov. 14, 2023 — Feeding America West Michigan invites neighbors in need to attend a holiday food distribution at their Comstock Park warehouse, located at 864 W River Center Dr. NE, on Tuesday, Nov. 21 between 1 and 3 p.m. All participants must register online at Only one registration per household will be accepted.

That afternoon, food bank staff will distribute many food items needed to supplement a standard Thanksgiving dinner, including a turkey, to registered families.

The first 325 households registered for the distribution are guaranteed to receive food. Registered neighbors should arrive no more than 10 minutes early for their scheduled pick up time. More details can be found online. The food bank asks everyone registered to bring their own carrying container, such as a laundry basket, to help transfer the food from the distribution to their car, if possible. Food bank staff will offer assistance if needed.

This unique holiday food distribution held at the food bank’s main warehouse is more than just an opportunity for neighbors facing hunger to receive extra support during the holidays; it’s also a chance for food bank staff and community members to interact, and for neighbors who receive food assistance from the food bank’s partner food pantries and meal programs to see where much of the food those agencies provide comes from.

About Feeding America West Michigan

Serving local families in need since 1981, Feeding America West Michigan reclaims millions of meals’ worth of safe, surplus food from various sources. With the help of countless volunteers, the food bank sorts, stores and distributes this food through a network of hundreds of hunger-relief partners to fill neighbors’ plates instead of landfills. The food bank’s service area consists of 40 of Michigan’s 83 counties from the Indiana border north through the Upper Peninsula. For more information, visit or call 616-784-3250.