As most of us prepare a delicious meal at home or plan to visit loved ones for Thanksgiving, thousands are relying on the generosity of others. According to local food pantries, food insecurity in metro Detroit has only grown in recent months. So pantries like Capuchin Soup Kitchen and Forgotten Harvest are stepping up to feed those in need. At around 8:30 a.m. Capuchin Soup Kitchen will be bustling with volunteers cooking up a delicious breakfast. All day Wednesday, the people of Forgotten Harvest in Oak Park, filled up cars with food items families may need. ”Do the best you can, make it last,” one volunteer tells a person in need.
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