44th Annual Alumni Turkey Project
For over four decades, the Drexel community has provided holiday meals to those in need through the longest-standing alumni tradition at Drexel, the Annual Alumni Turkey Project.
The 44th Annual Alumni Turkey Project was held on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017 at the Drexel Armory. Thanks to the Drexel community's overwhelming generosity, 1,500 frozen turkeys and 40 bags of nonperishable food items were distributed to 42 community organizations and initiatives. A record-breaking $39,491 from 682 donors was raised in support of this year's Turkey Project. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Turkey Project and gave hundreds of families in need a reason to celebrate this holiday season!
Check out photos from distribution day
Who We Support
100% of the proceeds generated by the Turkey Project are used to support families within the University's West Philadelphia neighborhood, elderly individuals struggling with housing and hunger insecurity, those afflicted with HIV/AIDS, individuals who currently reside in temporary or transitional housing, victims of domestic violence, and those served by Drexel's Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships and 11th Street Family Health Services.