In the midst of the holiday blitz, I forget just how fortunate I am.
I have always had enough, always more than enough. I've always had a job, a place to live, food in my refrigerator, clothing in my closet, and heat to keep me warm. These most basic needs are often overlooked because they are simply that: basic. What is so easily forgotten is that, for many, these basic needs are left unmet.
This morning I am heading to the grocery store. It will likely be brimming with stay-at-home moms and kiddos filling their shopping carts with all the necessities to make Thursday's feast memorable. I, too, will buying food for Thanksgiving.
I'm proud to donate food to help improve a stranger's holiday feast.
If you want to make a donation but don't know how, here is just a few organizations that could benefit from the support of caring people: