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.
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 police officers came together this morning on Pittsburgh’s South Side for an annual Thanksgiving tradition. The officers spent the morning and afternoon hours delivering hot holiday meals to the elderly, needy and homeless throughout the communities in the city.
Thanksgiving started bright and early this morning for dozens of volunteers at the Light of Life Rescue Mission on Pittsburgh’s North Side. Final preparations at the Mission, which annually provides a hot Thanksgiving dinner to the area’s less fortunate, began around 5:30 a.m.