PHOENIX - Thousands of people in the Valley received a special delivery on Thanksgiving.
Salvation Army volunteers helped deliver 2,200 meals to low income and homebound individuals throughout the Valley on Thursday.
The meal included turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, a roll, and dessert.
Most of the food comes from donations.
While many people consider Thanksgiving a family holiday, a spokesperson for the Salvation Army said for some recipients the volunteers will be the only people they see on Thanksgiving.
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