By Zach Dietmeier
BLOOMINGTON - As Home Sweet Home Ministries in Bloomington celebrates 95 years of existence, the charitable organization is gearing up for Thanksgiving.
The holidays are the busiest time of year for Mary Ann Pullin and Home Sweet Home.
"Thanksgiving is a very important day for us because we give thanks every day," said Pullin, the ministry's CEO. "We're giving opportunities for our community to respond in that way as well. There's so many ways for people to get involved at Home Sweet Home."
Pullin said there are many ways to provide, starting with November's Turkey Drop campaign.
"One of the ways people can do that is simply by buying an extra turkey and drop it off at one of our stations," said Pullin. "They can also bring them to Home Sweet Home."
The Turkey Drop sites will be available every Saturday during the month of November.
The ministry is looking for 800 turkeys this year as part of its Turkey Drop campaign. You can find all materials needed along with sites for the drop at hshministries.org.