It’s that special time of year when we gather together with our loved ones, remember what we’re thankful for, and give more to others.

This campaign roundup features ways you can still give to communities in need this Thanksgiving, a funny parody about the rare convergence of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah this year, as well as some creative projects tied to this holiday.

From all of us here at Indiegogo, we wish you a peaceful, restful, and happy Thanksgiving & Hanukkah!

500 Turkeys for 500 Families

500 Turkeys for 500 FamiliesLocation: Brooklyn, New York

CAMBA food pantry opened its doors in 1996 and provides the Flatbush community of Brooklyn with food, nutritional education, recipe demonstrations, and community resources, serving 5,000 people per month. Help them buy turkeys for 500 needy families in their community this year.

A Thanksgivukkah Parody by the Students at JKG

Thanksgivukkah ParodyLocation: Atlanta, Georgia

In a rare convergence of calendars, Thanksgiving falls on Hanukkah: Nov. 28, 2013. These two holidays won’t overlap again for 76,695 years. The Jewish Kids Group of Atlanta Georgia has produced a funny parody about this. Check it out!

Low Glycemic Load Happiness Recipe Collection

Low Glycemic Load Happiness RecipesLocation: Corpus Christi, Texas

Maury Breecher (PhD, MPH) and Judy Lickus have written a book with 120 low-glycemic-load recipes to help prevent people from developing full-flown diabetes, but they need help finishing and publishing their book. They’re offering great perks, including step-by-step directions on how to create an entire roast turkey dinner.

Freedom & Friendship at Plymouth Plantation

The First Fifty YearsLocation: Aspen, Colorado

Connie Baxter Marlow, a descendant of Plymouth pilgrims, would like to produce a film about the 50 years of peace and friendship that existed between the Pilgrims and Indians from 1620 – 1675. Watch her video and learn more about the story.

Alternative Fall Break: Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief

Alternative Fall BreakLocation: Buffalo, New York

Students from the University at Buffalo are volunteering with New York Cares to help communities still recovering from Hurricane Sandy. Help them cover their travel, food, and lodging costs.

Gobble Gobble Give!

Gobble Gobble GiveLocation: Los Angeles, California

14 years ago, Barry Walker and his family started cooking Thanksgiving meals in their kitchen for the homeless. Since then, Gobble Gobble Give has grown into a national network that fed, clothed and provided hygiene supplies to over 10,000 homeless people last year. Help them expand to more cities and provide more to those in need this year.