Pasadena Center cooks 250 turkeys for homeless
The Pasadena Convention Center and Centerplate will prepare 250 turkeys for the homeless at the Pasadena Convention Center to support Union Station Homeless Services’ annual Dinner-in-the Park.
The event will feed thousands thanks to the help of volunteers and key partners.
“The Pasadena Convention Center and Centerplate are thrilled to support this great cause by preparing turkeys,” said Michael Ross, CEO, Pasadena Center Operating Company. “We applaud Union Station’s work to serve thousands of meals to the hungry and homeless during the holiday season and are pleased to participate in such a worthwhile cause.”
The Pasadena Center Operating Company is a nonprofit corporation (501c4) formed by the City of Pasadena to to manage the Pasadena Convention Center, the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, the Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Pasadena Ice Skating Center.
Centerplate is the exclusive provider of food and beverage at the Pasadena Convention Center. For more than 80 years Center plate has a proven track record of serving top tier centers and events.