GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – It can be a tough holiday for many who find themselves down on their luck, but the Salvation Army of Greenfield is holding a Thanksgiving dinner.
On Thanksgiving Day, the Salvation Army will be serving dinner with all the fixins at the First United Methodist Church starting at 11:30 a.m.
Captain Scott Peabody told 22News they expect to serve anywhere from 100 to 130 people on that day; “So we’re just trying to meet the need for those who can’t have a Thanksgiving meal; that don’t have the stove or be able to sit down. It’s geared for a sit down Thanksgiving meal with others.”
Captain Peabody added that this wouldn’t have been possible without all of the donations they’ve received and the people who have agreed to volunteer their time cooking and serving those meals on Thanksgiving.
If you’d like to sign up to volunteer, or have dinner, Click Here for more information.