As we head into a most unusual holiday season, we at PSP hope you’ll join us in supporting those who have been hit hardest by the pandemic and its effects on poverty, food insecurity, and housing insecurity. No matter your age, skillset, or availability, there’s an opportunity for you to donate some time or money to lend a hand this holiday season.
Thanksgiving in New York City
Supporting a food pantry is a great way to help New Yorker in need. It’s also an easy way for kids to learn about the importance of helping others. A food drive is a great way to involve even young children. You can collect food as a family, with a group of friends or in your child’s class at school. Here are some local food pantries to consider...
Whether you're looking to relax at home or go the extravagant route with a trip to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, PSP has tips to help your family have a wonderful experience this holiday season!
By the way—Park Slope Parents is thankful for YOU! If you're not yet a part of the PSP community, join here.
Get a sneak peek of the Macy's Day Parade & watching the balloons get inflated the afternoon before! Many PSP Members suggest this as a great alternative to the Parade watching experience. Here are tips, information & more...
Get up close to the Macy's Day Parade floats! Kids can see balloons like Kermit getting inflated (image via here)
Catering Thanksgiving - Dinner made easy.