More than 20,000 people in Phoenix, including hundreds of homeless children, may go without Thanksgiving dinners this holiday season, according to The Arizona Republic.
The Real Gift Foundation, a local nonprofit that serves Arizona's homeless children year round, has provided turkeys and fixings for more than a decade to the less fortunate. This year, though, the foundation is more than $80,000 short of the amount it needs to make the deliveries -- and fears Phoenix's homeless children will go without this holiday season.
The nonprofit's president, Conde Rogers, told the Republic:
"If we don't raise it, we can't deliver. It's really an opportunity for the people in Phoenix to step up and take care of every one of our brothers and sisters."
A $25 donation will feed a family of six. To play your part, visit The Real Gift.