Hundreds of needy families will be getting some extra help this Thanksgiving.
WJBF News Channel 6 and our Giving Your Best partners teamed up with Broad Street Ministries to put together hundreds of Thanksgiving dinner boxes Friday.
With the donation money raised, volunteers were able to buy groceries to be distributed next monday and tuesday to families.
The director of Broad Street Ministries, Kay Morris, says the holidays can be a tough time for those who don't have enough money.
"Personally I am so greatful that I'm on this side of the Thanksgiving boxes as opposed to the other side because these are truly indigent people that would not have a Thanksgiving if volunteers had not come down and put these boxes together."
Volunteers gave $25 each to help buy food for the traditional Thanksgiving meals.
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