Disney Chefs and Coalition for the Homeless Bring Thanksgiving to the Community and Your Own Home

Every year, Disney chefs team up and provide assistance to the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, providing its residents with a warm and spectacular holiday meal for Thanksgiving. Now, the chefs have all got together to provide some holiday tips for your own Thanksgiving meal!

What’s Happening:

  • The incredible Disney chefs bring magic in the form of meals to thousands of Walt Disney World Resort guests each and every day. And twice each month, they mix their passion for the culinary arts and the local Central Florida community into a unique opportunity to deliver that same magic to nearly 600 neighbors who may not experience a warm meal otherwise.
  • For the past 20 years, Disney culinary teams have created nutritious and delicious meals in their Disney kitchens and then teamed up with Disney VoluntEARS to deliver and serve the offerings at the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, a local nonprofit organization that serves more than 20,000 meals to those in need each year. 9,000 of those annual meals are prepared and served by Disney chefs.
  • One of the most special meals served each year is on Thanksgiving night, as a Disney chef brings a traditional holiday meal to the coalition’s residents. The meal comes with all the fixings we know and love – roasted turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, stuffing, salad, rolls, cranberry sauce and dessert – to make sure those who call the coalition home have a traditional and delicious holiday experience.
  • Some Disney chefs who have served at the coalition throughout 2019 teamed up to share their top Thanksgiving tips for your own holiday meal prep this year—inspired by a traditional Thanksgiving meal, just like the one Disney chefs are serving up at the Coalition next week!

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