We’re partnering with iHeartRadio and Gilbert Brown to help families this Thanksgiving!

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Former Green Bay Packers player Gilbert Brown and Mike Heller of The Big 920 will be part of the “Thanks for Giving” drive to help raise money for Family to Family Thanksgiving.

You’ll hear it on the radio – now join iHeartRadio’s Gilbert Brown and help local families this Thanksgiving!

Aurora Health Care Foundation is excited to team up with iHeartRadio for its first “Thanks for Giving” drive on Thursday, November 12! The phone bank and online fundraising effort benefits Aurora Family Service’s Family to Family Thanksgiving program, which provides full Thanksgiving meals for families in need.

Several hosts throughout the day on The Big 920, including former Green Bay Packers Super Bowl champion Gilbert Brown, will promote the program and encourage their listeners to call in or go online and make a gift. We’re working together because we want to help 3,100 families enjoy a Thanksgiving meal together this year. These are families who otherwise couldn’t afford to share in a holiday meal.

But you don’t have to wait for Thursday! You can CLICK HERE right now to make a gift and support this program. For just $35, you would be providing a FTFThanksgivingfamily of four with all the Thanksgiving fixings,  including a 12-pound turkey. Since 1996, Aurora Family Service has provided ingredients for more than 55,000 deserving families to prepare a Thanksgiving meal in their home, together. So let’s fight for families! Join Aurora Family Service, iHeartRadio and Gilbert Brown and make your gift today!

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