Local Salvation Army services hundreds on Thanksgiving | News
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Salvation Army is serving up a traditional hot Thanksgiving Day meal for anyone in need on Thanksgiving at The Salvation Army's Towers Social Services Center, located at 900 W. Adams Street in downtown Jacksonville.
Nearly 400 people are expected to come and enjoy turkey and all the trimmings at the Army's annual Thanksgiving Day event. The doors open at 1:00 pm and all are welcome, according to a news release from the organization.
Over 100 volunteers are helping prepare and serve the meal.
RELATED: Jacksonville Giants, City Hall Pub giving back for ThanksgivingThe Salvation Army meets basic food, clothing and emergency shelter needs year-round, but at the holidays the need increases dramatically, according to the agency.
To make a donation, call (904) 301-4855. To volunteer this Christmas season, please call (904) 301-4846.