TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Early Monday morning, cars were lined up bumper to bumper on North Monroe Street.
Some of them got to the Tallahassee Pavilion as early as 5:30 a.m. That wait in line was worth it.
Farm Share partnered with several local organizations to hand out food, gift cards, clothes and a whole lot of smiles.
People were happy to receive Thanksgiving staples as well as clothing fit to survive the winter season.
Thanks to the efforts of Farm Share, Project Goo, Destiny Church, Carter's Corner, and Living Stone International, 400 families received food for Thursday's Thanksgiving Dinner.
Farm Share is also looking for volunteers. Click here for more information.