San Diego Business Journal Those who feel they can’t afford a turkey during the holidays are in luck.

Feeding San Diego announced that it plans to distribute more than 500 turkeys to San Diegans in need during a drive-through distribution event on Tuesday, Dec. 21. Turkeys will be distributed by appointment in the parking lot of Feeding San Diego’s Sorrento Valley headquarters at 9477 Waples St., Suite 100.

Those interested in receiving a turkey must register with Feeding San Diego at Find the tab that says “Free Turkey Distribution” and click on the “Register Today” button.

The frozen turkeys are about 15 pounds each and will be distributed with gravy packets for attendees to prepare at home.

Feeding San Diego received a donation of more than 1,000 frozen turkeys from a food manufacturer just in time for the holidays, making this distribution possible. In addition to Tuesday’s standalone turkey distribution, additional turkeys will be distributed at the organization’s Together Tour series of large-scale food distributions held across San Diego County.

“This holiday season is yet again very challenging for many people in our community who are facing record high gas prices and inflation across the board,” says Dan Shea, CEO of Feeding San Diego. “We are delighted to be able to pass out free frozen turkeys ahead of the holidays so that people can celebrate with their families and not worry about the cost of the food on their table.”