Mobile Meals delivered to the elderly on Thanksgiving Day.
Hundreds of meals will be prepared and given to the elderly who can't afford or cook their own meals.
For those volunteering their time, they say there's no better way to spend their holidays, than helping someone else.
"I've been doing this for almost two years," said Sterling King.
Spending his time delivering meals. This time of the year is the busiest.
"We'll be doing about 500 deliveries," said Manager Alison Taylor.
Delivering to those that can't feed themselves and who are spending the holidays alone.
"For a lot of them I'm the only guy they're gonna see all day long and they always have stories," said Sterling.
"It's a rewarding feeling. It's great to know that you're helping someone out in need on Thanksgiving and Christmas," said Sterling.
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