In their annual tradition, Joy Junction made sure those in need were fed for Thanksgiving this year.
The event was started years ago by Joy Junction founder Jeremy Reynalds.
The feast draws in hundreds of those who need a hand and dozens of volunteers who want to give back for the holiday season.
“Maybe they are not homeless because they’re living in hotels or living with relatives, but they can’t afford a Thanksgiving. So this is the reason why we do this,” Joy Junction CEO Alma Reynalds said.
They are currently accepting volunteers to serve at their Christmas feast.
Joy Junction will also host a meal on Thanksgiving at their South Valley facility from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.