HOUSTON – Every year, thousands turn out to Houston’s Annual Super Feast, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, things are different. No matter how different the event may appear, organizers said the focus is still on giving.
This year, guests won’t get the opportunity to sit and fellowship while eating their meal in order to ensure safety.
There will be thousands of prepared bags of food for those who come to pick one up Thursday at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
“It is our goal that individuals and families will receive up to 60 to 80 pounds of variety food baskets that will last a family of five to six for three to seven days for the Holiday Season.”
The grocery products in the pre-packed boxes and brown bags will include:
- Frozen Turkey or Frozen Whole Chicken or Ham
- Baked Goods
- Assorted Canned Goods
- Bread Other Non-Perishable items
This year, the food distribution will be outside in a grab-and-go style. Organizers said they still need donations and will be accepting them all day.
Those who come in person will line up to get a bag. There is also a drive-thru option. Drivers should head to the back of GRB and the bags will be placed in their trunks.
Organizers say the goal will be to hand out baskets from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or until supplies run out on Christmas Eve.
Visit the Super Feast website for more information on how to get food or how to donate.