For more than 25 years, the agency has been feeding families in the Tri-State who might not otherwise get a good meal on the holiday.
This year, they'll be delivering 25-hundred meals to more than six hundred homes. That's more than six hundred pounds of turkey.
So far, officials say they have had lots of volunteers, but they could still use some help covering the cost of all the food they've already purchased.
The delivery drivers will be hitting the road around 8:15 Thanksgiving morning. Families already signed up on the list to receive a turkey dinner can expect meals sometime between nine and noon.