By Katie Atkinson
Updated November 17, 2013 at 10:58 PM EST

Jack White’s record label, Third Man Records, is giving back to fans who give back to their community this Thanksgiving. Anyone who brings a turkey or $25 in canned goods and winter clothes to the label’s Nashville offices will receive a 7-inch Third Man record of their choice.

“This time of year it’s always important to remember those in less fortunate situations than ourselves, and Third Man is no exception,” a post on the label’s website reads. “For many reasons we absolutely love our neighborhood. From day one, everyone in our corner of Nashville has been extremely welcoming and hospitable to us, as well as tolerant of our many crazy schemes, long lines, late night shows, weekend block orientated functions, etcetera etcetera…”

All donations will go to the Nashville Rescue Mission, which hosts a Thanksgiving banquet every year and hopes to collect 1,000 turkeys (we have a feeling this Third Man effort could push them over their goal). For more information on the mission and for locals who want to volunteer for the banquet, head to their website.