Where:  The Start/Finish line will be on Bush St., between the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank and the Issaquah Community Center. The route goes through downtown Issaquah and is usually about 5K (3.12 miles) with many opportunities for shortcuts. We'll post the exact route soon! 

Why:  Proceeds go to the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank to help provide free food and basic needs resources to anyone in need in the 110-square-mile service area. Issaquah Turkey Trotters have donated over $460,000 to the food bank in the past 12 years!  

When:  Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2022 (time to be determined)
Who:  Everyone of all ages is invited to join in the fun! This is a wonderful Thanksgiving tradition for your entire family. 

Cost:  To be determined.

​​​​The Issaquah Turkey Trot is a fun & casual run, walk, or trot Thanksgiving morning through downtown Issaquah. 
The purpose is to come together as a community during the Thanksgiving holiday and help provide free food and basic needs resources for those in need.
All ages are welcome! We encourage Thanksgiving costumes & accessories!

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Thanks to our 2021 Big Tom Turkey Sponsors!

Issaquah Turkey Trot is Back in 2022!

Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank is a 501(c)(3) organization. ​​100% of the profits earned from this event will go toward providing basic needs resources at no cost to recipients. 

Watch our 2019 Event Video!

The Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank serves a 110-square-mile area in East King County, distributing over 1 million pounds of free food and basic needs resources to over 6,000 individuals every year (60% of whom are children and seniors). Other special programs include Groceries to Go, Holiday Gift Barn, Lunch for the Break, Power Packs, Summer Lunch, and many more! Visit www.issaquahfoodbank.org for more information. 

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