Dustin Moscato with Kingdom Catering in Glendale says his company volunteered to go to Yarnell to help feed the families of the firefighters.
Instead, the town asked him to cater the Tuesday memorial service for the attendees.
Dustin agreed to do it but does not have enough food and supplies to meet the need.
He and his team are packing what they have and asking the community and local grocery stores to pitch in donations.
To contribute, you can visit Dustin's website .
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