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A ‘mission’ to be thankful for

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Photos by James Giles

On Friday, Nov. 17, two 26-foot trucks delivered and disbursed hygiene products, clothing and hundreds of packaged turkeys and chickens outside of the Long Beach Rescue Mission building for needy families during the Thanksgiving season. Steven and Samantha Bryson, founders of the nonprofit Never Forgotten Foundation, teamed with the mission to deliver the donated supplies. Volunteers from Bryson’s current employment, Global Electronic Technology Inc., joined the event and lent a helping hand. Pictured are the volunteers transporting the boxes of donations from the two trucks to the mission.

Visit lbrm.org/volunteer to discover more ways to volunteer at the Long Beach Rescue Mission.

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