Like most of my friends, I didn't have a freezer big enough to store it until I could give it to someone, and many of us went to our parents for dinner, so we didn't want to cook it, or like me, they hate turkey, so we got our turkeys, and called a local respected place called "The Kitchen" who takes in homeless families, feeds them gives them training on job hunting, job skills, and gives them a hand up.
They came with a pickup truck and we started loading those in the bed. When others saw what we were doing, they started bringing their turkeys out as well. The kitchen was able to freeze a lot of them, and there was enough time to let the rest thaw to cook for their Christmas dinner. They also sent a whole bunch of thank you cards signed by the families that benefitted from the donation.
So, I never say no to the turkeys, because there's always a place that will appreciated it much more than I will.
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