Boston, Massachusetts 2021-11-25 12:35:13 –
Boston (WHDH)-The St. Francis House in Boston hosted an annual Thanksgiving lunch on Thursday, serving hundreds of guests.
Volunteers were busy making turkeys and all holiday fixtures for the homeless and those facing poverty.
Bruins Defense Charlie McAvoy thanked the volunteers for taking the time to drop the pie with their family and help others.
The D’Amico family says they enjoy volunteering at every Thanksgiving.
“To give back and thank everything we have as a family, we just want to do it for others,” said Ciara D’Amico.
Meals are served in a Chinese restaurant style.
Karen Lafragia, CEO and President of St. Francis House, says this tradition helps connect people.
“By sitting, socializing with friends, being served and honored in that way, you can feel the blessings of the day as you would with your family. Friends,” she said.
A total of 350 meals were served at St. Francis House on Thanksgiving.
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