House of Prime Rib donates 3,700lbs of ribs to GLIDE’s Christmas Eve lunch

For the past 24 years GLIDE has been serving up a particularly tasty Christmas Eve lunch to thousands of people in need.

San Francisco’s House of Prime Rib has been donating food to the event for more than two decades, and this year 3,700 pounds of prime rib will be given to GLIDE for the lunch. Accompanying the ribs will be spinach, mashed potatoes, rolls and a dessert.

 

“A heartfelt thank you to Joe Betz and the House of Prime Rib family for their generosity and dedication in this over 20-year partnership to serve up an incredible feast for GLIDE’s Daily Free Meals program guests,” said Reverend Cecil Williams, GLIDE’s Co-Founder and Minister of Liberation. “The unwavering commitment to provide a special, delicious holiday meal to GLIDE’s guests goes above and beyond what we can hope for this time of year,” he added.

The lunch will take place on Dec. 24 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Volunteer opportunities are available year-round at GLIDE’s Daily Free Meals program. To sign up, visit GLIDE.org and click “Volunteer Now.”charitychristmas eveGlideholidayhouse of prime rib

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