There will be car loading and delivery driver shifts available. If you are registering for a delivery driver shift, indicate only 1 slot per delivery vehicle and then indicate the number of total volunteers in the subsequent question on the registration form.
Due to the coronavirus, this year we have created a protocol to protect those volunteering for this project.
- Drivers and riders must wear masks.
- Drivers and riders must stay in their cars throughout the loading process.
- Drivers in route to delivery should call the contact number and let them know you are on your way. Explain the process of deliveries:
- Place the food on the doorstep or ground nearby, knock quickly to notify the resident of arrival and get back in your vehicle. Do not leave the food if there isn’t anyone home.
- Wish them a Happy Thanksgiving and finish your deliveries.
- Volunteers assisting with loading cars will be limited to 10 volunteers at a time.
- All car loaders must wear masks and gloves and use hand sanitizer.
- Volunteers must maintain appropriate social distancing.
Please contact Peggi Goss if you have questions regarding this registration at [email protected] or 979-696-4483 x113. Additional details will be emailed by Monday of Thanksgiving week.
Please note any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed while in attendance at the event.
Per City of Bryan, City of College Station, Brazos County, and State of Texas guidelines, face coverings will be required for all attending the event in-person. Masks will be provided and required when receiving and delivering meals and during all car loading activities.
Thanksgiving in the Brazos Valley is monitoring national, state and local COVID-19 updates closely and may adjust the event and registration types as necessary to maintain public safety guidelines.
Duncan Dining Hall