Hundreds of people in the Pittsburgh area got free Thanksgiving meals today from charitable organizations.
They say it’s better to give than to receive – and nowhere is that truer than at the soup kitchens and shelters where volunteers spend their Christmases helping others.
The Jubilee Kitchen in Pittsburgh’s Hill District serves a hot meal to the poor and the needy 365 days a year. But on Thanksgiving, the kitchen goes all out – a turkey dinner served by volunteers.
Boy Scout Dakota Chirdon fills the last few boxes of food for the North Hills Food Bank and Jubilee Kitchen in the Hill District. The Eagle Scout collected more than 2,000 items for this year’s “Scouting for Food” drive.
The Jubilee Kitchen in the Hill District serves up hot meals to the homeless and people who are struggling just to make it 365 days a year.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Remember the Soup Nazi from Seinfield? Actor Larry Thomas reversed that role and paid a visit to the Jubilee Kitchen in the Hill District to help serve Thanksgiving dinner to the homeless […]