CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Charlotte Rescue Mission is preparing to feed hundreds of people on Thanksgiving Day, but they need help.
So far, no turkeys have been donated, but the organization is hoping to get 100.
They'd like to receive them by the Monday before Thanksgiving so they have time to prepare.
“We’re reaching out to the community and saying help us by donating a frozen turkey to the Charlotte Rescue Mission," said Executive Director Tony Marciano. "You can come any time, seven days a week to drop off the turkey."
Marciano says when people come in for their Thanksgiving meal, they'll be treated with respect.
Volunteers will dress like waiters and waitresses, and the table will be set with a tablecloth and china.