The turkey giveaway was not sponsored or put on by a non-profit.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — One Winston-Salem man went to the grocery store and bought 75 turkeys to feed families in need.
The turkey giveaway was not sponsored or put on by a non-profit. It was one Winston-Salem man who paired up with black-owned businesses in the area to pass out nearly 7 dozen turkeys out of the kindness of his heart.
Chris Robinson told WFMY News 2 giving back has always been a top priority.
“I heard people talking about the cost of turkeys this year. I went to go look at the cost of turkeys and they were ranging between $45 – $65,” he said.
Robinson is a business owner himself who said giving back is his calling.
“For me it’s not about the money, it’s about he impact it has on the community,” he said.
He took his truck and loaded it up with …